Much of the left still must learn that the existing British state is the prison of their hopes.
Anthony Barnett, founder of openDemocracy and New Statesman contributor, writes a fiery response to our recent magazine package on Magna Carta.
A protest march against the Global Law Summit reminds us that the charter is still relevant today.
The co-founder of openDemocracy argues that "this is a constitutional moment" - on the 800th birthday of Magna Carta, there is appetite across the political spectrum for a new consitution and democratic settlement. Labour's leader should not be afraid of offering one.
All three of Britain’s main parties insist that data surveillance is for our protection – but this “emergency” is about power and control.