David Allen Green / September 2, 2019
In whatever form a constitutional crisis finally manifests, its ultimate cause is the conceptual incompatibility of popular democracy and a parliamentary system
If they are to last longer in their job than a hamster
Optimism used to provide its own grounds for hope in elections. But not anymore
Donald Macintyre / September 1, 2019
Unite boss Len McCluskey is often painted as a left-wing ideologue. But does he have a more pragmatic side? And what might that mean for Brexit?
Tom Clark / August 30, 2019
Locking down election dates has left us in a fix. The lesson? Think before you reform
Catherine Neilan / August 29, 2019
For people up and down the country, career decisions are influenced by what’s best for our families as well as our jobs. So why are we so bad at talking about it when it comes to politicians?
Paul Wallace / August 29, 2019
And to think that the UK constitution was once admired the world over
We must stop this descent into demagoguery before it is too late
Marie Le Conte / August 29, 2019
British railways might seem like a niche interest. So why are young men interested in left-wing politics often also obsessed with timetables and Pacers?
Padraid Reidy / August 29, 2019
The odd spectacle of Britons—even liberal, Republican Britons—believing that the Queen can stop Brexit is more complicated than the wishful thinking it might at first appear to be
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