James Bone / January 21, 2015
Most two-term presidents spend their latter years defending their legacy. David Cameron's "bro" is determined to keep setting the agenda
Oliver Kamm, Simon Wren-Lewis / January 16, 2015
Is the Chancellor's medicine marvellous or simply a sugar pill? Our panellists battle it out
A response to last week's attacks from Prospect cartoonist Stephen Collins
Usama Hasan / January 9, 2015
"The Islam of the future, if it is to survive, will be based on liberty, equality and fraternity: a fitting tribute to this week's martyrs of Paris"
Erik Bleich / January 8, 2015
Only a handful of French Muslims are violent extremists
"As journalists it is our duty to help Charlie Hebdo survive"
New parties the world over are using technology to enhance democratic engagement, and the UK could be next
The year in Westminster and beyond
Ukip has gained ground because the traditional parties have lost touch with the everyday concerns of voters