By Michael Kenny - 31 January 04:15
The challenge for mainstream parties is to express and ground alternative ideas of the English nation and to connect these to a renewed case for the Union.
By Richard Wyn Jones - 11 July 05:07
From the Levellers to Orwell, from the Quakers to Tawney, radicals can take inspiration from a hugely impressive tradition of English social radicalism.
By Sunder Katwala - 25 May 12:48
Sport has a reputation for stoking historic enmities, but football has helped to transform the Anglo-German relationship into one of friendly rivalries and mutual respect.
By Denis MacShane - 17 October 04:27
Despite all the wars, bloodshed, victims, and hate, the country still can't come to terms with modernity.
By Ed Miliband - 07 June 01:01
"We in the Labour Party have been too reluctant to talk about England in recent years."
By George Eaton - 07 June 10:31
Labour was "too reluctant" to talk about England, Miliband admits.
By Emily Wight - 01 May 04:00
He's an "old-school socialist" and a Philip Roth fan.
By George Eaton - 23 April 06:52
24 per cent associate the St George's Cross with "racism and extremism". How can this be changed?