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A new northern socialist party aims to emulate the SNP by leading a revolt against both the Tories and Labour.
The SNP have cleverly defused what could have been a dangerous by-election – and thrown Labour’s Hartlepool headache into sharp relief.
The terms have always been blurred in the census and the problem is not that the ONS has been overly sensitive towards trans people.
Most voters think that the Welsh First Minister has done a good job of handling the pandemic – yet he is on course to lose his job and his seat.
The expected finding that Sturgeon misled parliament will either be a partisan talking point – or an irrelevance.
Unless first-past-the-post gives way to proportional representation, it will remain difficult to forge the effective coalitions of the righteous and the reforming needed to lead a national project.
Why we require a “radical reform of British education” to convert schools from narrow exam factories to places of imagination, innovation and technical training.
A network of civic institutions should form the base of the foundational economy, locally rooted and citizen-led.
The Conservative candidate has shown no appreciation of the unity and solidarity among the capital’s diverse population.
The co-leader of the Green Party opens up about how life in the capital is shaping her third campaign for the London mayoralty.
Andrew Neil needs GB News to get even with Rupert Murdoch and the Beeb. Nobody else does.