On 9 December 2010, I attended a student demonstration against education cuts and tuition fee rises, the fourth demonstration of its kind in as many weeks.
They’ve been dismissed as naive idealists, but today’s student protesters are pragmatic, democratic - and sane.
The feared former spin doctor reflects on what the latest instalment of his diaries reveals about hi
How UK Uncut's peaceful and creative direct action has brought tax justice to the high streets.
Ed Miliband’s choice of shadow chancellor is right. But to take the fight to George Osborne and stay
The coalition's neglect of the "squeezed middle" presents opportunities for Labour.
Why would anyone stubbornly stick to the same course – when it’s obviously the wrong one?
If Cameron is to survive midterm unpopularity, he needs to do much more to raise his party’s morale.
Wild talk that Tommy "Gun" Watson issued a hacking fatwa on the News of the World in a great Talibrown conspiracy - in which Big Gordie and the boys extracted revenge for Rupert Murdoch's papers havin
FILM: Terry Eagleton and others on the anti-cuts movement.
A less confrontational, more thoughtful era of politics has to start with David Cameron.
Opposition leader attempts to turn down the heat on the phone-hacking scandal.
EMA’s critics wilfully ignore the positive aspects of the soon-to-be scrapped scheme.
It’s time to break open the political class.
"Today, I want to make the case for optimism - for confidence in our future."
When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet.
The continued collapse of consumer confidence will bring a gaggle of U-turns from the coalition.
Employing and then losing Andy Coulson illustrates the Prime Minister's worst flaws.
Budget cuts put more than 375 libraries under threat. We should be outraged, says Robin Ince (but ke
2011 will be a year of seismic change to our public services. A teacher, GP, lawyer, social worker,
“The Royal Mail is being slashed back, and it breaks this old postie's heart"
Yes, Edward Woollard — who threw a fire extinguisher from a roof at a student protest — was criminal
“They say our work could be done by volunteers - but filing cabinets of complex cases tell me otherw
“Instead of cutting front-line staff, why not cut the bloated bureaucracy?"
“Already, in big towns, there can be just half a dozen uniformed cops on duty at any one time"
The effects of the Limehouse Declaration, which led to the creation of the Social Democratic Party,
I fought to save the party after the foundation of the SDP-Liberal Alliance.
David Blanchflower and Robert Skidelsky respond to Vince Cable’s economics essay in the <em>NS</em>.