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David Skelton is the author of Little Platoons: How a revived One Nation can empower England’s forgotten towns and redraw the political map. He tweets at @djskelton.
Sweeping statements made from the safety of Hollywood are no substitute for policy.
The government should adopt a new programme that tackles poverty, revives industry and rewards workers.
The Conservatives should use the next five years to deliver transformative economic policies.
The party should complete its break with libertarian economics and remember the intellectual depth of Tory philosophy.
The fateful 2005 decision to screen all of England’s games on pay TV means the sport is no longer part of the national conversation.
Too many are locked out from prosperity.
English cricket is achieving great success on the field of play - but is available to watch only for a privileged few.
Labour's refusal to even consider a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union is a betrayal of its history and an embarrasment to its radical tradition.
A growing economy means it's time for the wealth to be shared: time for a living wage.