George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
In his new book, the LSE professor argues that universal basic income can end the era of “pointless work” and promote freedom.
In their first interview, the new group’s founders Neil O'Brien and Will Tanner insist that “the intellectual life is on the centre right”.
Market failure and voter discontent is forcing the state to reassert itself.
The Labour leader embarrassed Theresa May as he asked: “If the Prime Minister can't even convince her own cabinet on Brexit, how can she convince 27 other EU countries?”
The removal of the Prime Minister would not create a majority in parliament or in the EU for Leavers’ political demands.
At the Marx 200 conference, the shadow chancellor declared that “Marxism is about the freedom of spirit, the development of life chances, the enhancement of democracy”.
Conservative rebels and the paper helped sabotage the creation of an elected house in 2012.
Labour’s performance in the local elections was modest, but the party has been confirmed as a contender for power.
The Labour leader made a weak Prime Minister appear weaker still.
“I found something extraordinarily beautiful and extraordinarily radical. And I thought, wow, this is better than LSD”