Hunt’s financial reforms could win an election – and crash the UK economy
The chancellor has put the economy on the line to appeal to Brexiteers, hedge fund manegers and City oligarchs
Published in: Home: AnalysisWhat can the UK learn from Italy’s election of a far-right PM?
Decades of neoliberalism have paved the way for authoritarian reactionaries, but we can change direction
Labour knows our democracy is broken. So why are its ‘reforms’ so weak?
OPINION: Gordon Brown is on the money with his diagnosis of the problem. But his solutions aren’t nearly enough
Keir Starmer’s broken promises will come back to haunt him (and Labour)
Britain’s Labour leader was elected as a left-winger, but then ran to the right. Why would voters trust anything he says?
Published in: Home: AnalysisExplained: What the Supreme Court decision means for Scottish independence
While the question of Scotland’s independence won’t be solved by a British court, the ruling could cause chaos
Elon Musk’s Twitter is more dangerous than you think
Beyond Musk’s oft-repeated rants about free speech may lie shadier plans to recoup the $44bn he paid for the site