By Rowenna Davis - 12 March 15:22
An open letter to outgoing chief executive Euan Sutherland.
By Rowenna Davis - 06 September 16:37
The head of the UK's biggest foodbank network says the PM is wrong to claim that job centres have been allowed to give out vouchers.
By Rowenna Davis - 05 September 17:13
They may work at the liberal intelligentsia's favourite cinemas, but workers across all Curzon cinema chains have had enough of zero hours contracts, poor pay, and the lack of union recognition.
By Rowenna Davis - 02 April 10:49
The workers at the Curzon cinemas are turning to unions to help challenge their poor wages and zero-hours contracts.
By Rowenna Davis - 14 February 14:22
Rowenna Davis says she's never canvassed anywhere so undecided.
By Rowenna Davis - 21 January 16:14
To cut this well-performing hospital would be to reward failure and punish success.
By Rowenna Davis - 07 January 15:24
Unexpected people are struggling. The middle is getting closer to the bottom. So what is the way out?
By Rowenna Davis - 17 December 9:10
We should support food banks, but our aim - through things like the living wage - should be to wipe them out.
By Rowenna Davis - 07 December 15:11
A jobs guarantee would allow Labour to defend benefits from a position that resonates with the public.
By Rowenna Davis - 01 December 18:31
The real impact of welfare cuts.
By Rowenna Davis - 09 November 13:28
Glasman's Blue Labour movement has found a cause in the fight to stop the Port of Dover being privatised.
By Rowenna Davis - 08 November 10:51
Our current industrial strategy is allowing the company to undermine public trust.
By Rowenna Davis - 24 October 10:41
The elections offer little more than an expensive way of leaving us all more disillusioned.
By Rowenna Davis - 19 October 9:16
Rural workers' livelihoods are being devastated by TB. Labour should come to their defence.
By Rowenna Davis - 09 October 14:09
Luckily for Ed Miliband, the Conservative Party is unlikely to listen to the Tories with One Nation vision.
By Rowenna Davis - 30 September 11:08
A year later, there's barely a sight of the buzzword. But its ideas live on, writes Rowenna Davis.
By Rowenna Davis - 13 September 17:58
It's culturally insulting that only classical and modern language GCSEs count towards Michael Gove’s new English Baccalaureate.
By Rowenna Davis - 12 July 16:19
Milk has been over the news recently, but there's a silence on the left over the plight of its creators.
By Rowenna Davis - 29 June 10:23
Under 25s are a much greater electoral force than they realise.
By Rowenna Davis - 22 June 10:25
Democracies need to get some self-respect.
By Rowenna Davis - 21 June 8:57
BetFred and others are favoured by licensing laws that are weighted against communities.
By Rowenna Davis - 15 June 12:16
We shouldn’t be afraid to ground our political vision in an idea of Britain, of who we are and what kind of society we want to build.
By Rowenna Davis - 26 May 12:00
The Lib Dems' intention to block the worst of the Beecroft report does not diminish the urgency of t
By Rowenna Davis - 12 May 10:34
They call it a "bank" for a reason.
By Rowenna Davis - 03 May 8:06
A system with fewer people voting is often in the interests of the politicians you’re supposed to ha
By Rowenna Davis - 29 April 0:05
There’s a horrible irony about a justice system that is supposed to make us safer leaving us more vu
By Rowenna Davis - 20 April 14:24
The party used to care more about family, high streets, order and community.
By Rowenna Davis - 02 April 10:24
Respect won because its campaign was rooted in the heart and soul of Bradford.
By Rowenna Davis - 29 March 17:29
Don't be fooled by claims that the number of betting shops is decreasing.