Articles by Rik Worth
Rik Worth / January 9, 2020
Harry and Meghan stepping down is them saying that all the trappings of royalty aren't worth it. If they can’t see the value of a monarchy, why should anyone else?
Yes, representation in politics is important. But more than that, Labour's lost voters deserve a leader who understands that the North isn't one homogenous land of flat-caps and pies
Rik Worth / November 27, 2019
Christmas, or "German," markets are increasingly popular in towns across the UK. But with many bringing in European traders (and products), will that continue post-Brexit?
Rik Worth / November 13, 2019
The small margin of the referendum result doesn't only make changing the result seem possible. It also encourages what psychologists call "counterfactual thinking"
Rik Worth / October 15, 2019
Excluding London, northerners were more likely to be Remainers than southerners. So why are anti-Brexit voices from the north so often absent from the national debate?
Rik Worth / September 4, 2019
Where parliament is obsessed with etiquette, working-class people are more interested in manners—and the difference between the two explains a lot about our political system