This week in the media, from laughing as the world order crumbles to what Tristram Hunt got wrong – and Leicester’s big fall.
Opinion polls have shown that most voters, in theory, favour a fall in house prices. But do they in practice?
As I reflect on the new year, I remember that democracy alone can't prevent dictators – but try to not become Eeyorish.
How the “hippie tycoon” Dale Vince – a pioneer of renewable energy – plans to turn football and our motorways green.
The key difference between the liar and the bullshit artist is that the liar has at least some regard for the truth.
The First Minister knows that her demand of a "soft Brexit" is unlikely to be met.
From thinking about family to remembering Carrie Fisher, the first week of the new year left me strangely optimistic.
It's time for the UK to address long-standing defects: our poor productivity, our regional imbalances, our lack of affordable housing and our weak vocational sector.
Rather than leaving the EU, the Front National leader wants to "renegotiate" France's membership.
The illusion of sovereignty conferred by the referendum will vanish once the negotiations begin.
Vince Cable makes the liberal case for immigration controls.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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