Polly Rippon / November 18, 2019
It's not just about increasing the amount of funding allocated. It's about whether that allocation meets need
Gemma Tetlow / November 18, 2019
Both main parties must commit to the spirit of their targets not just the letter
Stephen Fisher / November 18, 2019
Polls have their problems. But don’t buy into the panic about local variation making the result impossible to call. If we can only gauge the national vote share, explains a member of the exit poll...
Always Christmas and never winter: why we should resist the high street's early start to the festive season
Grace Holliday / November 18, 2019
It's not Christmas yet—so why is half the high street already acting as if it is?
Giles Wilkes / November 15, 2019
Be under no illusion: the party would seek to implement its radical plans for public ownership. But that doesn’t mean they will work
Alex Dean / November 15, 2019
Experts warn the cliff edge would reappear in 2020
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Cécile Guerin / November 15, 2019
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