They are already weak, and as Brexit legislation moves through parliament they are coming under immense strain
Proposed amendments on the Data Protection Bill would have the power to ratchet up pressure on editors—and make a poor example of the British press
It was the idea of a "citizen's inheritance" that made headlines. But there was a more important finding in the Resolution Foundation's report on intergenerational inequality—one that destroys the...
Years before anyone heard of incels, I was part of the internet's "manosphere"—and saw how vulnerable young men are being manipulated
Ian Dunt / May 8, 2018
The EU has the advantage not just because of its economic heft, but because of its regulatory infrastructure
Local elections are no longer the predictor they once were. So let's stop using them as a general election barometer—and realise that local politics matters for its own sake
While Labour did poorly, the Conservatives cannot rest easy
Cities versus the country, Ukip's collapse, and the weird question of expectations management...
Kamena Dorling / May 3, 2018
Over 100,000 children who grew up in the UK do not have regular immigration status. It's time to change the system—before there's another Windrush scandal
It is a lucky person who finds affordable housing close to a job that makes them enough money to have spare time to make new friends, find new lovers and to actually explore what the local community...