Since joining the EU British food has gone from bog-awful to top-notch, but Otto English reveals how a US Trade deal will unravel 40 years of progress.
While the right has turned politics into a culture war, the left has yet to tackle the politics of culture, says Hardeep Matharu.
Paul Niland considers why the UK Government appears not to want to publicly discuss the UK’s future relationship with EU – despite it being the biggest political change of our times.
The new Labour Leader must take apart the Government’s claim to be ‘levelling up’ the UK while its Brexit policy, austerity and council cuts make reaching that goal impossible, argues Mike Buckley.
Turlough Conway on how a new legal case against Boris Johnson raises more questions about money laundered in London and Conservative connections to Russia.
With the Government’s announcement of a new points-based immigration system, James Melville considers how people’s fears of those entering the country have been fuelled by political decision-making.
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse speaks to those inside the Corporation about the threats facing it at the hands of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings.
Ben Twomey explores how, far from cracking down on organised drugs crime, the Government is actually facilitating it through its flawed policies.
Peter Jukes on the kompromat in the first Whittingdale Scandal and the strange confluence of interests between the tabloids and Vladimir Putin.
Former Labour MP and Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee member Ian Lucas considers what John Whittingdale’s return to the department as a minister spells for the future of the public service broadcaster.
Hardeep Matharu explores what the rise of Conservative ethnic minority politicians reveals about the party’s approach to race and diversity.
James Melville sees that two months into ‘getting Brexit done’, the Government reshuffling of deckchairs does little to change our precarious situation.
James Melville on another big myth in UK politics – that the Labour Party cannot be trusted on the economy.
Steve Shaw reports on an exclusive event in the heart of London’s Mayfair which brings together politicians, businessman and media personalities.
Hardeep Matharu looks at how longer sentences and current counter-radicalisation policy fails to address the real risks.
The father of terror victim Jack Merritt celebrates his son’s priso reforming spirit and speaks out against the Government’s approach to religious radicalisation
Mike Buckley argues that the new Labour leadership must stand up to the economic destruction proposed by the Conservative Brexiters.
In Part Two of his look back at Britain’s journey with the EU, Otto English charts how Eurosceptic forces were unleashed after the 1975 Referendum and channelled in the 2010s by those looking to capitalise on the increasingly hard lives of many in the UK.
As Britain leaves the EU on 31 January 2020, Mike Buckley argues that Remainers must redouble their efforts to protect democracy and fight for an open and tolerant culture.
As Big Ben (doesn’t) count down to ‘Brexit Day’ on 31 January, Otto English considers how Britain fell into the grip of a petty nationalism, warned against by the world’s greatest physicist.
The new police officers promised by the Conservatives over the next three years won’t be fully qualified and will only be increasing the number of officers to 2010 levels.
Former Conservative MP and independent Mayor of London candidate Rory Stewart gives his take on the biggest issue facing politics today.
The former Prime Minister said in a speech that he agrees with George Orwell’s distinction between “patriotism” and “nationalism” and fears the Union of the UK could be over without fundamental constitutional reform.
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas explains why we still need answers on electoral wrongdoing and data antics during the EU Referendum.
Bonnie Greer on what Prince Harry and Laurence Fox’s different approaches to the world in which we live tell us about privilege, race and hierarchy – and the distinction between the White Man and the white man.
Otto English has advance copies of the plans for the coming attractions – A Nostalgia Zone, Gallery of Brexit Heroes and much more…