Articles by David Goodhart
Britain has become increasingly liberal in recent decades, including on race equality, but has never embraced mass immigration and never been asked what it thought about it—until now
"This referendum matters more for the shifting contours of British politics than it does for our relationship with the EU"
An account of becoming middle class is too pious but worth arguing with, says David Goodhart
"Liberalism and multiculturalism have made integrating minorities harder—and have fragmented the majority"
David Goodhart / September 13, 2015
Jeremy Corbyn's election is a symptom of the withering of mainstream social democracy
Our racially diverse society has problems with integrating minorities but there are enough success stories to remain optimistic
James Walvin's wonderful memoir of growing up in the 1950s evokes a lost world of harsh poverty and mutual dependence
Trevor Phillips’s documentary on ethnicity exposes the need for a more open dialogue
David Goodhart / November 28, 2014
The Prime Minister made a good case for what would be a significant reform