George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
In a system of privatised Keynesianism, households are being forced to borrow more as the government borrows less.
Public support for immigration dramatically increases when it is given a human face.
The shadow chancellor says “there are no tricks up my sleeve”. But business leaders fear the party would be more radical in power than it suggests.
Immigrant landing cards only became essential because of the “hostile environment” introduced by May as home secretary.
Liam Fox and Boris Johnson are promoting an economic fantasy.
The Prime Minister has bypassed MPs and backed an intervention supported by just 22 per cent of the public.
The Prime Minister has won the unanimous backing of her cabinet ministers for likely air strikes.
The UK parliament is one of the weakest in the democratic world on military action: no vote or even notification is required.
Public opinion remains too ambiguous for most MPs to back a new vote.
“The British public won't suck up 15 years, if not longer, of wage stagnation without some kind of political retaliation.”