Articles by Emran Mian
Will the Liberal Democrats' plans to decriminalise drugs go up in smoke?
All three parties' promises on childcare are pitched at better off families, while the poorest are left out
Emran Mian / August 8, 2014
Scotland may become not so much a "progressive beacon" for the rest of the UK, as a giant focus group for the Taxpayers Alliance
Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham is against rabid privatisation of patient care, but he might struggle to offer a convincing alternative
The government's privatisation drive has slowed down of late, but will—and should—it continue?
Reshuffles may include a large number of random events but fear not: departments provide an effective sweeper function
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury is still struggling to enforce the rules on payments to public officials
Emran Mian / July 11, 2014
The case for farming spending decisions out to regions and cities could have cynical roots, but there are positive arguments for doing so
Emran Mian / June 24, 2014
George Osborne may know something we don't