Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
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 Britain leaves the EU on 31 January 2020, James Melville argues that a deep sense of unease with its identity in the world has led to a flawed solution: Brexit.
The co-founder of the Coalition for Reform in Political Advertising welcomes new recommendations on electoral and political advertising, but believes they have ignored the biggest issue.
Musa Okwonga considers what the BBC's mistake following the basketball star's death reveals about deeper problems with its mindset on race and class.
Could Labour leadership candidate Keir Starmer's idea of creating a more federal United Kingdom be the only real solution to holding the Union together?
James Melville argues that 'wokeness' is the latest concept to be hijacked by the right-wing to make a stand against equality, democracy and justice.
Gareth Roberts argues that British democracy is being endangered by unwitting ignorance and deliberate lies.
Stephen Komarnyckyj wonders why Labour views its most successful leaders - Wilson and Blair - in such harsh terms.
Hardeep Matharu explains how Laurence Fox's myopia about the role of Sikh soldiers in World War One is a wider British problem of imperial amnesia.
Andy Myles, former Chief Executive of the Liberal Democrats and special adviser to the Scottish government, on the Prime Minister's untenable 'post-truth' populism.
Israel Dares International Criminal Court to Hold it Accountable for its Actions in Palestinian Territories
Israel has branded the ICC as “anti-Semitic" after the court announced that it believes it has the basis to probe its crimes.
James Melville reflects on how the post-truth rise of politicians such as Donald Trump and Boris Johnson has been made possible.
As a GP Attending Prevent training, I was Surprised by Extinction Rebellion's “Extremist” Listing - but not Shocked
Dr Adnan Siddiqui argues the targeting of XR as an extremist organisation supports growing concern the government's policy is about criminalising views it finds threatening.
James Melville highlights the paradox of our xenophobic media driven by press proprietors who are non-domiciled for tax reasons or based overseas.