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Lea Ypi is professor of political theory at the London School of Economics and Political Science and co-author of The Meaning of Partisanship.
Our turbulent political reality has overturned the orthodoxies of data analysis and polling. Instead of numbers, we should be focussing on ideas.
The late father of “world systems analysis” gave us new tools to analyse capitalism’s contradictions.
The Ancient philosopher warned that the danger of demagogy lies dormant in all democracies.
Proposals for EU reform will amount to little unless coupled with a political movement that listens to the struggles of those who capitalism has failed.
Leave and Remain are both distractions from the much more fundamental problem: one can leave the EU, but one cannot leave capitalism.
Immigration divides the left – but a party that champions working class interests would embrace it.
The Prime Minister has aligned herself with an anti-liberal tradition in which executive power overrides all else.
Millennials who care about freedom aren’t just looking for an alternative system of political and economic relations, but of moral ideals.
Rather than a movement in search of political representation, The Independent Group is a group of elected representatives in search of a movement.
The question for Labour is not whether or not to have a second referendum, but how to make one work.