Oliver Huitson is a former Co-Editor at openDemocracyUK and a freelance journalist. He contributed chapters to Jenny Manson's 2012 book, 'Public Service on the Brink', and 'NHS SOS' (2013). He has written for The Guardian, The New Statesman, Vice and the BBC. He is on Twitter as @OllyHuitson
I'll be voting Leave: a "reformed EU" isn't on the ballot paper
In the fuzzy world of European identity and future though unspecified "reforms" the EU can sound great. But I'll be...
The Paris climate deal – how did the British press react?
If this was an historic deal, most of the papers clearly didn't agree.
Is it really Corbyn offering a "one party state"?
Maybe he is unelectable, maybe he isn't, but there is more to long term political change than simply who wins the...
Was it the Sun wot won the UK election?
Not quite. But judging by a new report, the Sun, Telegraph and the Mail might have had something to do with it...
8 things you might have missed during the UK election
(And how free is our press?)
"Canary Wharf might as well be in a different world"
A talk with Steve Stride, the chief executive of Poplar HARCA, on why in his area of London 'regeneration' isn't a...