Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
The Facade of Competence in the Johnson Government didn't take Long to Crumble.
Kyle Taylor on the irresponsible omission in the Government's new Online Harms White Paper — the protection of democracy.
CJ Werleman argues that governments which refuse to take action to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions are participants to violence.
Otto English considers why the Liberal Democrats are struggling to provide a home for the politically homeless that should be flocking to the party.
James Melville sees that two months into 'getting Brexit done', the Government reshuffling of deckchairs does little to change our precarious situation.
Gareth Roberts provides a barrister's take on the Conservative Party's desire to curb the independence of the judiciary.
Iwan Doherty investigates why our economy hates saving and loves credit and the consequences of the private debt bubble that enslaves us.
Musa Okwonga on how the rule of law is being chipped away disguised as Boris Johnson's populist pandering.
Andy Myles looks at the democratic apathy that has allowed populists such as Trump, Bannon and Cummings to activate an effective hardcore base.
James Melville on another big myth in UK politics – that the Labour Party cannot be trusted on the economy.
It is as if the football club is playing an away fixture, uphill, under rules written by the opposing side – which also happens to employ the referee, argues Brian Cathcart.
CJ Werleman on why the President's awarding of the Medal of Freedom to the right-wing ideologue Rush Limbaugh is indicative of his entire approach to changing America's political culture.