George Eaton is deputy editor of the New Statesman.
The Independent Group MP argues that the project isn’t doomed to electoral failure.
In the absence of a time machine, MPs are left to rue the unpalatable choices that flow from a reckless referendum.
GDP shrank by 0.4 per cent in December but Britain is desperately short of economic firepower.
40 years after Thatcher became prime minister, left and right are still grappling with her economic and European legacy.
Faced with a dystopian economy, the president is resorting to ever more repressive means to maintain control.
A detailed new report by think tank Autonomy – endorsed by John McDonnell – shows how a shorter working week would boost productivity, workers’ health and environmental sustainability.
The atheist and God Delusion author on Brexit, Islamophobia and why he fears his social media presence has damaged his reputation.
The author of Winners Take All on how the “fake change” offered by billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg perpetuates “systems of exclusion and inequality”.
After the Leave vote, there were never any attractive or comfortable options for the UK.
The Marxist philosopher on why catastrophe gives him hope.