BNP racism is becoming more open, more direct and more vicious. It must be confronted head-on.
Caroline Lucas, Jon Cruddas, Peter Tatchell and others tell us where spending cuts should be made
So damned fluid are the classes these days, I had seemingly mistaken mistress for maid
Without a proper reassessment of the role of finance in our economy, the crash could easily happen a
In this exclusive account of decision-making at the Bank of England, David Blanchflower reveals how
Vince Cable is hailed by right and left as a prophet who predicted the crisis. But is he quite the informed economist of repute? And what about his time at Shell?
Question Time was discussing inviting Nick Griffin on long before the BNP's "breakthrough"
The chairman of the troubled Financial Services Authority, Adair Turner, is courting political contr
. . . on the 10:10 luvvies, Keith Waterhouse, and football’s castrati
Ed Miliband will need all the political skills he can muster to get a deal in Copenhagen
Should Americans in Britain have the right to vote in UK general elections? A report from a debate a
In two weeks' time the former mayor of London Ken Livingstone will attend a high-level NS editorial summit and we want you to set the agenda.
. . . on James Murdoch’s bananas, political dynasties and a game of cards
At dinner Osborne placed me between Dominic Mohan and someone called Alan Davies
There is a common belief across the four new ideological trends that the state must be restructured
Time is running out in Bangladesh where floods caused by climate change threaten to engulf entire is
Just because humans are selfish, should we give up on the ideals of equality and community? Oxford p
The trial of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was worse than a farce; we must recognise the disgrace.
Labour is in the middle of its gravest crisis in 30 years. It needs to rediscover the radicalism tha
The leaders of the coalition are now ignoring allegations of fraud and corruption that they have not
How can we build a “good society”? Four evolving strands of progressive thought and the guiding spir
. . . on Lockerbie, knighthoods and the futility of Richard Dawkins
The BBC is still defined by impartiality
Chris Grayling's speech showed that he understands the coarsening of our public culture
The charge that the broadcasting corporation is left-wing has been repeated so often that it goes almost unchallenged. If anything, Mehdi Hasan argues, it is a bastion of conservatism.
The BBC could not handle a right-winger against the Iraq war
I was meant to be with Major at the Oval, but found myself in a basement (Andy Coulson "doesn't do daylight") listening to our esteemed Director of Communications and Planning delivering a lecture on "The Future".
The furore over the release of the Lockerbie bomber may hasten the decline of the union