Alex Salmond is still incapable of formulating a decent plan for what Scotland would do without the pound
Peter Kellner / August 1, 2014
New YouGov research shows both party leaders remaining firmly within their comfort zone rather than reaching for the swing vote
Jonathan Derbyshire / July 31, 2014
Nick Davies, author of Hack Attack (c. Judy Goldhill) In February 2008, the Guardian journalist Nick Davies went on to the Today programme to talk about his book, Flat Earth News, an...
Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham is against rabid privatisation of patient care, but he might struggle to offer a convincing alternative
Getting international issues right is vital to the lives of voters here in Britain. Politicians must lead a grown-up conversation in which they say so
Two reports released today show that if the UK's recovery happens too fast, it could create serious problems
The government's privatisation drive has slowed down of late, but will—and should—it continue?
There is need for caution but disabled people deserve the right to die
“People in Afghanistan don't see widows as human beings who have rights anymore”
Peter Kellner / July 18, 2014
Michael Gove lost his job partly due to his unpopularity with voters, but was David Cameron right to be swayed by public opinion?