Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Stephen Kinnock MP and Kyle Taylor explain why self-regulation of political ads won't work and how we mustn't let the perfect be the enemy of the good.
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse demolishes the arguments about the license fee but hears Tony Hall has been a 'Useful Idiot' for those who want to destroy the public service broadcaster.
James Melville explains the sensible way to square the circle of free trade with Europe and heal the divisions in Britain.
Otto English takes us on a journey through the history of the English language, the exceptionalism of Empire and the furious and curious of Twitter.
Fleet Street Veteran Liz Gerard Congratulates Boris Johnson's Communications Director for Finally Exposing the Truth about the Lobby System.
City Socialist explains why we shouldn't look to stock indices for guidance on the real economy — markets don't care about us and we shouldn't care about them.
James Melville on how Boris Johnson's 'Northern Strategy' continues a 30-year-long deflection game designed to get us to vote against our best interests.
Mike Buckley argues that the new Labour leadership must stand up to the economic destruction proposed by the Conservative Brexiters.
CJ Werleman on why the tropes of Orientalism are at play towards Chinese people over health concerns, in the same way that Muslims are targeted through the 'War on Terror'.