Caroline Molloy is openDemocracy's UK health and social affairs correspondent, a journalist and speaker. She has written extensively on politics, public services and the welfare state, and has a particular interest in public services and technology.
Published in: Home: AnalysisSweltering at home? Blame government for failing on insulation, say experts
Mass retrofitting of old homes could have cooled Britain down and saved it from soaring energy bills in winter
Published in: Home: AnalysisJeremy Hunt: New chancellor is the man who ruined the NHS
As the former health secretary is appointed to the Exchequer, his ministerial past puts paid to his ‘sensible’ image
Published in: Home: OpinionBeware the ‘nice Tory’ who comes after the panto villain
We cheered when Margaret Thatcher resigned, too. But let’s not kid ourselves that a grey man successor will save us.
Published in: Home: NewsLabour loses grip of council coalition as trio quit in stitch-up row
Exclusive: Labour no longer largest party in Stroud’s long-running rainbow council after selection backlash
Published in: Home: FeatureMinisters knew heating subsidy was paying billions to UK’s wealthiest
It’s costing taxpayers £23bn, disproportionately benefiting rich landowners, and may be little more than greenwash
Published in: Home: InvestigationExclusive: MPs and landowners rake in energy subsidies as millions struggle
International trade secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan and members of the landed gentry are among those to benefit