Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
CJ Werleman looks at the proliferation of genocide denial, from the Shoah to Bosnia, and how this enables continued killing and repression in Syria and China
Steve Tooze, a former newspaper journalist, explains why he took part in Extinction Rebellion's recent blockade of newspaper print works
Geraint Davies MP explains why the Government's decision to end online participation of MPs in Parliament is disenfranchising up to 15 million people and endangering democracy
Alex Andreou looks at the treacherous debasement of British politics as the Government rushes headlong into a trade war with our biggest partner
Sam Bright contends that Johnson's brand of radical Brexit fanaticism seeks to divide and conquer at the cost of national and even party unity
Jonathan Lis assesses the motives of the Government in treating the public, the UK's democracy, its international partners – everyone outside of itself – with contempt
China’s refusal to respect autonomy in Tibet and Hong Kong resembles an attempt to revive a colonial past – one which Britain has an obligation not to walk away from