Tories descend into anti-immigrant lies

By Tanja Bueltmann A government minister has lied about EU citizens every single day for the last week. Maybe...

Fighting to hold the anti-Tory vote together as election approaches

By Emma Burnell In 1997 I voted for the first time, in the constituency of Canterbury. Even in the...

Labour’s radical new programme emerges

By Chaminda Jayanetti "To overthrow the power of the elite," wrote the left-wing journalist Paul Mason after the 2017...

Thousands of European children at risk from Home Office immigration scheme

By Andrea Carlo 'Think of the children,' they used to say. Well maybe it's about time we did. During the...

Nothing these people say makes the least bit of sense

On a quite fundamental level, the core propositions of the political parties have ceased to make any sense. The Tories are campaigning on the basis that they'll get Brexit done, which they will not....

Polling shows the public are open to free movement

By Ben Kelly Despite his supporters' claim that he's the most liberal prime minister ever, Boris Johnson is doubling...

Blasphemy laws on the rise

By Andrew Copson illions of people - more people than ever - live in countries with severely limited freedom...

MPs must pledge to improve their behaviour this election

By Matt HawkinsEven at the best of times, elections can be highly reductive. Issues are simplified into slogans...

What happened and where did it come from?

By Ray Walsh The Labour party has suffered what it has called a sophisticated cyberattack on its computer systems....

Can the Lib Dems wreak havoc in the Home Counties?

By Chaminda Jayanetti The Lib Dems have always been good at making a scene. A rush of recent constituency...