Julia Blunck / July 28, 2017
Vagueness on Brexit is a good electoral strategy. But the party mustn't lose sight of those who could suffer in the process
Kenny MacAskill / July 26, 2017
In 2012 the Scottish parliament passed the measure overwhelmingly—but it has been subject to legal challenges ever since. This week, the Supreme Court will give its verdict. A huge amount is at...
Sophie Cook / July 25, 2017
Far from being a niche cause, trans rights affect all sectors of society. It's time for us all to stand up for them
Edward Wilson-Lee / July 25, 2017
The Tragedy of Trump may have set itself up for a truly Shakespearean ending
Benjamin Sladden / July 25, 2017
Universities are gaming a system which measures the wrong things in the first place. But what to replace it with?
Giacomo Persi Paoli / July 25, 2017
One teenager who was planning an attack on Newcastle city centre said getting a gun was as easy as "buying a chocolate bar"
Corbyn thinks the "importation" of EU migrants has destroyed workers’ rights—he is totally, utterly wrong
Oliver Kamm / July 24, 2017
His comments on Sunday betray an ignorance of basic economics—and a fundamental similarity with Nigel Farage
Kenneth Armstrong / July 21, 2017
The structure for European cooperation on nuclear issues recently became headline news. It's far from the only factor that will complicate Brexit
Charlotte Gill / July 20, 2017
With their realistic view of universities, housing and the economy, it is the Conservatives, not Labour, who are the real party of the young
Edward Douglas / July 20, 2017
Many have called for a cross-party approach to Brexit, but why stop there? Britain’s housing shortage is acute, and history proves that when parties work together on housebuilding, progress can be...