If after the Scottish referendum we are serious about remaking the UK, we should start by abolishing the House of Lords and then be bold.
Scotland’s referendum showed that the way the UK is governed must change. But what is the answer? Joan Bakewell, Nick Pearce, Helena Kennedy, Adam Tomkins, Carwyn Jones and John Cruddas set out their visions.
Politicians and ordinary people coming together in town hall meetings up and down the land should shape a new constitution.
Well, no, probably not, but that’s what some Tory MPs are saying. The Prime Minister may come to reg
In his first major speech as Deputy Prime Minister, Clegg announces the most significant shake-up si
The coalition government is to bestow more than 100 new Tory/Lib Dem peerages, at a cost of roughly
We should welcome a British Statement of Values, but it will take a long time to secure a written co