The UK elections and the crisis of democracy
As the 2015 elections approach the media continues to bombard Britain with the spectacular message: democracy is in...
How it became easier to borrow than it is to save: understanding the silence of the poor
Busy promoting a fantasy world of morally virtuous work and discipline, our policymakers are a long way from...
The future of welfare
From benefit reforms to cuts to care budgets, austerity has transformed British society. What does the future of...
Why bother about digital rights? An absence in the election campaigns
Digital rights are too often reduced to questions of ‘security’. In their election manifestos none of the major...
SMART proposals for education?
Pre-election hype has already begun with promises of a radical overhaul of Ofsted and a middle tier of...
Cross-party pledges mask deep divisions on climate policy ahead of the general election
With less than 8 weeks until the drama of the next UK parliamentary election culminates, Olaf Corry asks what role...
Immigration views - how the marginal has become mainstream
The desire for political parties to sound tough on immigration does not come from any factual evidence of...
Integration: different logics and local factors
Common misconceptions and confusions in the debate on 'integration'.
What is this political space we call 'immigration'?
Normal 0 false false false Four frames white people in the UK use to understand immigration.