By Vince Cable - 09 April

One long-standing dividing line in British politics has been the split on the centre left between those who regard themselves as both liberal and social democratic but are divided by party.

By New Statesman - 27 March

Ever since the Thatcher era, British politics has been defined by forms of economic and social liberalism.

By New Statesman - 27 March

Ever since the Thatcher era, British politics has been defined by forms of economic and social liberalism.

New Statesman
By Rafael Behr - 27 March

One thing is certain in any discussion of energy policy: bills are going up, regardless of how Britain generates electricity – coal, gas, nuclear, wind, wave, solar . . .

New Statesman
By Rafael Behr - 27 March

One thing is certain in any discussion of energy policy: bills are going up, regardless of how Britain generates electricity – coal, gas, nuclear, wind, wave, solar . . .

By Rafael Behr - 26 March

The quality that David Cameron and George Osborne want voters to admire most in a politician is the ability to make hard choices.

By Rafael Behr - 26 March

The quality that David Cameron and George Osborne want voters to admire most in a politician is the ability to make hard choices.

By Mehdi Hasan - 21 March

If tomorrow, God forbid, I were to cause the death of an innocent man with my car, minutes after sending a series of texts on my mobile phone, I’m guessing I’d spend the rest of my life riddled

By Mehdi Hasan - 21 March

If tomorrow, God forbid, I were to cause the death of an innocent man with my car, minutes after sending a series of texts on my mobile phone, I’m guessing I’d spend the rest of my life riddled

By New Statesman - 14 March

Confronted by the threat of a third recession in four years, George Osborne’s response has largely been one of fatalism: after years of New Labour excess, we must resign ourselves to a sustained

By New Statesman - 14 March

Opponents of George Osborne’s austerity programme have at last acquired what they had lacked until now: an ally at the top of government.

By New Statesman - 14 March

Opponents of George Osborne’s austerity programme have at last acquired what they had lacked until now: an ally at the top of government.

By Peter Wilby - 14 March

“Don’t make a fuss!” was the Daily Mail’s front-page headline, paraphrasing the mon - arch’s instruction when she needed hospitalisation after repeated dashes to the unmentionable.

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