The economist and peer on the cost of austerity and how “power structures” limit debate.
Aufstehen hopes to attract alienated voters to a struggling left, including those who have drifted to the right.
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A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, we must confront the vested interests that have captured policymaking.
The pre-eminent historian of Nazi Germany, and the author of Roller-Coaster, on the new dangers facing Europe.
As in Jed Mercurio’s TV depiction, bodyguards aren’t always on the sidelines – affairs, close relationships and tensions with ministers happen in real life too.
Much of the country is a very long way from the earthly paradise the Social Democrats once seemed to deliver.
The influential campaigner says “the Leave side left the battlefield after the referendum” and fears a soft Brexit will result.
His decision to quit Europe’s biggest radio programme has surprised BBC insiders and listeners alike.
Kim Brooks left her four-year-old son alone in her car for a few minutes – and a stranger called the police.
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