Why the Liberal Party of Asquith and Lloyd George should be the inspiration for the new Independent Group.
It's no longer a luxury to understand the niche language of online radicalisation, but a necessity to prevent future attacks.
Both artists choose everyday materials and irreverence over the sanctity of sculpture.
In 1994, working-class Scottish novelist James Kelman won the Booker Prize, scandalising the establishment. Twenty-five years later, the outrage still reverberates through his career.
How Hitler’s diehard adherents recast both Nazism and themselves at the end of the Second World War.
Rather than tackle the impending catastrophe, Australia seems intent on becoming the most nannyish nation on earth.
Even after two female prime ministers, the model of politics we offer ourselves remains resolutely male.
The ruling elite failed to grasp that the 2016 referendum changed politics irrevocably.
A global debt crisis, trade wars and a slowing China risk creating a new recession – even before the damage of the last one has been undone.
The French philosopher Diderot was a hero of the Enlightenment who counselled Catherine the Great. Wisely, she ignored his advice.
Bragg is one of our most industrious public intellectuals, but his inner life is replete with mystery and devotion