Articles by Steve Bloomfield
Steve Bloomfield / September 26, 2017
In the second episode, I talk to Jim Waterson, Lisa Markwell and Andreas Kluth
Steve Bloomfield / September 24, 2017
Forming a government with Merkel's party would make the far-right Alternative für Deutschland the official opposition. Schulz must keep them out
Steve Bloomfield / September 19, 2017
Episode 1: Social care
Steve Bloomfield / September 11, 2017
The former "minister for the Today programme" may want to examine his own party's voting record before he mentions EU expansion
Steve Bloomfield / August 24, 2017
Home Office figures show that far fewer students overstay their visas than previously thought. But shouldn't we be encouraging talented young people to remain in the UK?
Steve Bloomfield / August 17, 2017
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau turns up at the airport to greet refugees as “new Canadians”—and personally hands out winter coats. When the arguments for immigration are so strong, why won't...
Creating new, smaller parties every time we are confronted by a major issue is a pointless, ego-driven exercise. It's time for the commentariat to move on
Steve Bloomfield / August 1, 2017
Laughing at Trump provides a welcome break from worrying about his policies. But the global amusement at this latest drama is terrible for America