In a closely fought battle, when hospital wards face closure in marginal seats
By Rafael Behr - 13 November

There is one simple Labour answer to the question of what is wrong with the NHS: nothing, apart from its misfortune in having fallen into Tory hands.

In a closely fought battle, when hospital wards face closure in marginal seats
By Rafael Behr - 13 November

There is one simple Labour answer to the question of what is wrong with the NHS: nothing, apart from its misfortune in having fallen into Tory hands.

By Rafael Behr - 06 November

Conservatives have given up trying to agree on whether Britain should be a member of the European Union.

By Rafael Behr - 06 November

Conservatives have given up trying to agree on whether Britain should be a member of the European Union.

By George Eaton - 30 October

When challenged to justify their belief that they can win the next general election, the Tories espouse the view first expressed by Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist James Carville in 1992: “It’

By George Eaton - 30 October

When challenged to justify their belief that they can win the next general election, the Tories espouse the view first expressed by Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist James Carville in 1992: “It’

By Rafael Behr - 23 October

David Cameron and George Osborne follow what might be called the Samuel Beckett school of politics. “Try again.

By Rafael Behr - 23 October

David Cameron and George Osborne follow what might be called the Samuel Beckett school of politics. “Try again.

By Rafael Behr - 16 October

There should be a word for the mixed emotions that working parents feel when their children’s teachers go on strike.

By Rafael Behr - 16 October

There should be a word for the mixed emotions that working parents feel when their children’s teachers go on strike.

By New Statesman - 03 October

For decades after the Thatcher revolution of the 1980s, politicians of the left and the right put their faith in a new economic paradigm as the guarantee of prosperity for the majority.

By New Statesman - 03 October

For decades after the Thatcher revolution of the 1980s, politicians of the left and the right put their faith in a new economic paradigm as the guarantee of prosperity for the majority.

By Rafael Behr - 02 October

In the executive lounge on the 23rd floor of the Manchester Hilton, George Osborne is addressing a throng of MPs, journalists and the corporate friends of the Conservative Party who almost

By Rafael Behr - 02 October

In the executive lounge on the 23rd floor of the Manchester Hilton, George Osborne is addressing a throng of MPs, journalists and the corporate friends of the Conservative Party who almost

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