The headline vote shares in the last general election masked a fractious reality. Now that reality has kicked in—with dramatic consequences for both the Conservatives and Labour
Between silent factories and struggling shops, there’s poverty and even hunger. But there’s also a steadfast community spirit which holds the key to turning this town around. Jennifer Williams's...
Danny Dorling / July 4, 2019
Ask yourself this: why do we care so little that we cannot even be bothered to analyse and interrogate our own mortality statistics properly?
Raphael Hogarth / July 3, 2019
The next PM could lose the confidence of the commons before he has even begun
MPs will be forced to stop Boris Johnson with all parliamentary tools at their disposal
The temptation of an autumn ballot will be great but the risks could be even greater
Jonathan Lis / June 21, 2019
The project has come to mean nothing more than spiritual devotion to a lost cause
Candidates for the Conservative leadership insist they can deliver changes but legal experts are less convinced
British politics is being warped by a tiny minority who will pick the next leader and a cast of candidates who refuse to face simple truths
Tara Jane O'Reilly / June 17, 2019
Two years on from the tragedy, working-class communities don't only face a lack of practical action. They also face being left out of decision making that dictates their own lives