Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Martin Shaw considers how the Conservatives have incorporated radical right-wing politics since the onset of the great Brexit debate
As the cost of living crisis mounts, Rowland Atkinson and Andrew Baker look at the stagnation of wages and the rising polarisation between renters and owners of assets
CJ Werleman fears a return to cynical transactional politics in the US Democratic Party, as a leading Indian American congressman appears to move closer to Narendra Modi's divisive Hindu nationalism
To truly achieve the political representation of disadvantaged and overlooked groups, a more nuanced and inclusive debate is needed, says Shafi Musaddique
Basit Mahmood calls out the active suppression of the Conservative Islamophobia scandal
The Prime Minister's disgraceful long exit from Government is damaging both his own party and the country, reports Adam Bienkov
The fact that Conservative leadership candidates are gathering and sharing dirt on each other has serious implications for national security and democracy, say Sam Bright, Sian Norris and Iain Overton