Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
James Melville on how the £200 billion cost of four years lost growth equals the entire UK contribution to the EU budget since it joined.
If the Coronavirus takes hold in the UK, how would the economy be impacted and why is the Government not reassuring businesses?
CJ Werleman pens an open letter to the European Parliament, urging it to deliver through action its condemnation of China's cleansing of its Muslim minority in states such as Xinjiang.
John Lubbock argues that the UK Government can't help trying to end anonymity and invade privacy. So how will OfCom regulate social media?
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.
Stephen Colegrave looks at how the Government should take responsibility for the widening health inequalities identified in Sir Michael Marmot’s new report and what it should do about it.
If the success of a government is judged by how it treats the most vulnerable in society, our decade-long Conservative Government has utterly failed, argues James Melville.
With Donald Trump facing re-election in the US and the Labour leadership for up grabs in the UK, Stephen Komarnyckyj looks at how Vladimir Putin is trying to further disrupt politics in both countries.
CJ Werleman on the meeting of India and America's two right-wing 'strong men'.
By banning foreign imams from teaching in France, the normalisation of anti-Muslim sentiment continues in a country which prides itself on freedom, equality, and fraternity.
CJ Werleman on a new report published by the UN which lists the companies profiting from Israel's unlawful settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The Government's recent deportations of "serious foreign national offenders" are the most recent and poignant example of the so-called ‘colour line’, argues Lola Brittain.
Bonnie Greer remembers her Baby Boomer past and wonders what happened to a healthy disrespect for your elders.
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.
James Melville on why we must be careful what we wish for when it comes to making sweeping changes to the under-attack BBC.