Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
The Chancellor’s suggestion that a future of dirty, expensive energy is inevitable and that the public must simply accept it is false, says Nafeez Ahmed
Framing the abandonment of a sinking ship as an act of laudable moral courage is the British media’s latest laughable act, says Mic Wright
The Chancellor is refusing to raise taxes on companies making billions for their shareholders from rising energy prices, reports Adam Bienkov
The Prime Minister’s plan for regional rebalancing shows that he is more interested in building his personal legacy than improving lives, says Sam Bright
Despite its claims of exceptionalism and freedom for success outside the EU, the reality is the UK is no longer in the room where it happens, says former British diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
Sascha Lavin considers the Downing Street parties in context – without the reassurance of the COVID vaccine programme
Musa Okwonga lays the blame for the Prime Minister's lawless rule squarely on the shoulders of the Conservative politicians and pundits who promoted him
Boris Johnson's dishonesty and two-faced approach to Russia is destroying the UK's credibility on the world stage, writes Adam Bienkov
The UK’s green housing initiatives lag way behind our European counterparts, explain Jon Bloomfield and Patrick Willcocks
Those still supporting the Prime Minister are engaging in a flagrant attack on British democracy and its constitution, says Brian Cathcart
As Britain Slashes Aid to Ukraine, is Johnson Using the Threat of War as a Cover For his Own Scandals?
The support offered to Ukraine over a looming Russian invasion serves Boris Johnson's own interests rather than the country in Putin's sights, says Iain Overton
Police’s Privileged Treatment of Government Confirms It’s One Rule for Them, Another for the Rest of Us
David Hencke, who sat on the Gosport War Memorial Hospital inquiry, explores why Dame Cressida Dick's decision to redact large parts of the Sue Gray report is such a departure from the norm