Articles by David Runciman
There is a need for profound reform to make sure that those often left out of politics—including the young and non-university educated—are given a voice
Is being consistently surprised a good thing or a bad thing for democratic politics?
You can sometimes get what you want—but if you do, expect trouble
Prime ministerial legacies are about party, not just country. That might save Dave
Labour's swelling ranks entrench divisions with a public that doesn't much care.