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George Eaton is assistant editor of the New Statesman.
After the slowest economic recovery in history, and with the threat of a no-deal Brexit rising, Britain is in a dangerously fragile position.
Adrian Pabst’s The Demons of Liberal Democracy and David Selbourne’s The Free Society in Crisis occupy a communitarian terrain, neither wholly of the left nor the right.
The libertarian tract's policies and co-authors - Dominic Raab, Priti Patel, Liz Truss - are at the heart of the new government.
A new book explores the complex marriage of Labour and Britishness.
The government adviser and philosopher reflects on Brexit and responds to charges of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
As Britain desperately pleads for an Article 50 extension it has given Brussels more power than ever to determine its fate.
Growth is forecast to fall below 2 per cent every year — the worst performance on record.
The Leave campaign’s promises were never deliverable by any prime minister.
The anniversary tour of the band’s anxious third album proves it is more relevant than ever.
Is the newly formed centrist grouping just New Labour 2.0 — or a truly different kind of political force?