Articles by Tom Clark
Tom Clark / February 20, 2019
We can see that they are shaking up Westminster. But we still don’t know if this is a durable group—or exactly what it will do about forcing an election or halting Brexit
Tom Clark / February 19, 2019
The breakaway group of Labour MPs are more united than what they are not than what they are. Nevertheless, their position statement is revealing
Citizens must be confronted with the whole truth—and then asked to decide anew
Tom Clark / January 30, 2019
The ground rules have been rewritten, so all sides of the spectrum can feel frustrated at once
Why aren't we building enough homes?
Tom Clark / January 25, 2019
Growing numbers of people can’t rely on a roof over their head
Tom Clark / January 16, 2019
With Westminster log-jammed, the country faces being led through a crisis by an undead government. If Labour is serious about forcing an election, it could start by implementing a forgotten pledge...
Tom Clark / January 11, 2019
The policy treats children like consumer goods rather than human beings. It's time to end it
However convulsive Britain's current crisis might get, there are reasons to remain hopeful
Tom Clark / December 12, 2018
Is the 1922 Committee chair working hand in glove with the prime minister?