Opinion: Travelling Across Poland Showed Me That Britain’s Economy Is Broken
by Aaron Bastani
Opinion: Is the European Research Group Losing Its Grip on the Tory Party?
by Helen Belcher
Opinion: Why is Starmer Reopening the Pandora’s Box of Brexit?
by Andrew Fisher
Report: The Dairy Industry is Blaming Vegans for Its Decline
by Sophie K Rosa
Analysis: Sinn Féin is Winning at Post-Brexit Politics
by Daniel Finn
Sinn Féin now occupies pole position in Northern Irish politics. Daniel Finn explains how we got here.
Downstream: What Does Keir Starmer Actually Believe? Aaron Bastani Meets Oliver Eagleton
Analysis: Worldmaking in Peterborough: How Battles Over England Are Rooted in Place
by Ben Rogaly
Analysis: Western Elites Aren’t Mourning the Loss of Afghan Life, but of Their Own Power
by David Wearing
Analysis: Will the Lib Dems Ever Escape the Shadow of the Coalition?
by Ell Folan
Opinion: Priti Patel Isn’t Shipping Refugees to Rwanda Any Time Soon
by Nadia Hasan
Analysis: Ulster Unionism is in Crisis – And the Fallout Could Soon Get Worse
by Tommy Greene
The centenary of Irish partition had once been an awaited psychological milestone for Ulster unionists. Yet the discontent expressed through the loyalist riots of the past ten days reflects a deep-seated crisis of the political architecture built into Northern Ireland, writes Tommy Greene.
Downstream: Independence for the North of England Interview With Philip Proudfoot
In recent years Scottish and Welsh independence, as well as Irish unification, have become increasingly plausible with Britain’s departure from the EU highlighting major points of difference, as well as economic imbalances, across the home nations. But could the break up of the UK ever include the North of England? And what would a sovereign […]
Analysis: After All the Hype Over Budget 2021…That’s It?
by James Meadway
Opinion: It’s Not Enough to Defend the Five-Day Week – We Must Demand Four
by Aidan Harper
Report: Under ‘Extreme’ New Immigration Rules, Britain Can Deport Asylum Seekers to Any Country That Will Take Them
by Rivkah Brown
Opinion: In Negotiating Trade After Brexit, the Tories Missed a Key Opportunity to Accelerate Climate Goals
by Miriam Brett and Katie Gallogly-Swan
Live: Done Deal
Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen have agreed to a UK-EU Trade Deal. Reaching a deal on Christmas eve is a short-term win for Johnson, after a disastrous few days in which he’s overseen a huge spike in Covid deaths and last minute changes to holiday plans. But what will the deal mean for […]