This week in the media, from laughing as the world order crumbles to what Tristram Hunt got wrong – and Leicester’s big fall.
The final vote on Trident replacement is due in 2016: for a government committed to paying down the deficit, a decision not to spend over £100bn on nuclear weapons has got to be a runner.
After decades of simmering instability, the once lauded ideal of British multiculturalism is now seen as a failure.
A new poll shows a third of current Green supporters plan to vote for Miliband's party at the general election.
Peter Wilby’s First Thoughts.
The electorate is increasingly promiscuous; MPs have to do more to hold onto their jobs.
Ashcroft’s latest polls are discouraging for Labour.
Social ills that were thought to have been eradicated by modern capitalism are returning. But none of this is inevitable.
Business as unusual.
The red-blue duopoly that had held for decades fractured as insurgent tribes invaded the pitch.
By insisting that a surplus of £23bn is necessary to reduce the national debt, the Chancellor has exposed himself to the charge that he is an ideologue.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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