Articles by Jay Elwes
Will western governments do no more than offer solidarity with Ukraine and voice their disgust at Isis?
Conservative MP Douglas Carswell has defected to UKIP Douglas Carswell is not like other MPs. Few members would ever show up in Portcullis House sporting Converse boots and a tattered backpack....
Jay Elwes / August 20, 2014
Tim Aker, head of the party's policy unit, takes Prospect through their "blue collar" election platform
There is bad news buried in today's apparently glowing ONS announcement
A speech from the Federal Reserve Bank vice chairman suggests worrying factors are behind the UK's productivity crisis
Alex Salmond is still incapable of formulating a decent plan for what Scotland would do without the pound
Jay Elwes / July 27, 2014
The Labour leader is attempting to cast himself as a politician of big ideas rather than photo-ops, but he overestimates the electorate's appetite for political debate
Two reports released today show that if the UK's recovery happens too fast, it could create serious problems
Labour's decision to block the commons motion was a mistake