What is the future of liberalism? Timothy Garton Ash outlines the threats to liberal democracy and how it can renew itself in a post-Trump age. Lionel Barber presents an authoritative institutional portrait of the Treasury and Cal Flyn makes the case for a different kind of climate writing.
Since the Wilson years, Labour have revered Attlee's 1945 government. But, as a new history by Giles Radice suggests, the modern party must shed this uncritical fascination if it is to win a fourth term