Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
CJ Werleman explores how a zero COVID policy, economic problems and war in Ukraine has fundamentally destabilised China
Rachel Morris considers the malaise of modern Britain as the Conservatives initiate Austerity 2.0
A lack of faith in politics is dangerous for democracy, argues Sian Norris, as it paves the way for 'strongmen' to take authoritarian control
The Russian President’s Victory Day Speech and his Foreign Minister’s comments suggest of a fully-fledged antisemitic ideology is rearing its head in Russia
The papers will attack Starmer and Rayner more viciously than Corbyn, writes Brian Cathcart. So they have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking them on
The Government's new agenda focuses on stoking culture wars, while doing nothing to tackle the number one issue facing people in the UK, reports Adam Bienkov
Kyiv-based Paul Niland considers how Vladimir Putin’s invasion will play out in the wake of significant losses by the Russians across Ukraine
Mic Wright looks at the meteoric fall in ratings of the former tabloid editor and CNN presenter in his new collaboration with Rupert Murdoch
Labour’s local election performance spells danger for the party, argues Sam Bright
The Conservative Party is refusing to deal with the Prime Minister's failing leadership as he leads the UK into a recession which could expel him from office, reports Adam Bienkov
Rachel Morris reviews the Government’s repeated unlawful behaviour, concentrated in the Home Office
The claim that the Prime Minister has shown Churchillian solidarity with Ukraine does not stand up to scrutiny, says Sam Bright
The Conservatives are Fundamentally Rewriting Britain’s Electoral Rules – Why Is this Not Headline News?
Josiah Mortimer reports on how the Elections Law will impact low-income and minority voters, neuter the elections watchdog, and change the voting system for mayoral elections