Ahead of the European parliamentary elections, questions over funding show a need to address our campaign rules
Darren Hughes / May 22, 2019
These elections show it’s time to update our analogue campaign rules for the digital age
Dawn Foster / May 22, 2019
Universal Credit clearly isn’t working: the propaganda drive glimpsed in today's Metro is a last-ditch attempt to stymie the bad press. It's time to scrap it
Interventions like Quentin Tarantino's may sound well-intentioned. But demanding critics leave plot details out of their reviews doesn't only do them a disservice—it reduces the complexity of film...
The PM’s speech encapsulated her failed tactics throughout this sorry Brexit saga
The diversity debate has lost sight of the fact that communities are made up of members who themselves may be very different
What a lesson from history tells us about the dangers of simple remedies
Matthew O'Toole / May 21, 2019
The UK political class struggles to conceive of what a multinational state actually means
Peter Kellner / May 20, 2019
This campaign has been plagued by wilful misrepresentation of the numbers. So what is the true picture?
Despite its creator’s hopes, "Barca Nostra" points more to the limits of art than to the human tragedy that forms its origin story
Sydnee Wagner / May 17, 2019
It's been 75 years since Roma and Sinti people in Auschwitz-Birkenau decided to resist an attempt on their lives. But today, Romani people across Europe are still forced to fight for their humanity