Analysis

Total 24 Posts

‘I don’t feel like a person anymore’ – The emotional side of claiming universal credit.

4 min read
Being on universal credit affects people in more ways than just financial.

A pause to reflect.

14 min read
With the Northern Ireland Protocol talks looking set to continue, some reflections on how narratives of the success and failure of Brexit are developing and how these will eventually coalesce into a ‘received image’.

Sleaze: Why Boris Johnson is being reminded of the lurid scandals of 1990s Britain.

5 min read
There are important similarities between the current PM’s woes and John Major’s – but a very important difference, too.

Novavax COVID vaccine is nearing approval – What impact will it have?

5 min read
Beset by delays, this vaccine is becoming available when low-income countries are desperately short of doses.

Welcome to Brexit 2.0.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis, looking at different scenarios arising from the Article 16 threat, how that threat is an attempt to re-run the Brexit process and the political implications of doing so for Johnson and for Labour.

Corruption: How the UK compares to other countries.

5 min read
Just because corruption is very difficult to measure doesn’t mean that it can’t be felt and that high profile scandals don’t have an impact. The politicians implicated in these scandals neglect the impact that they can have at their peril.

Owen Paterson’s role in Brexit.

6 min read
Paterson’s career as an MP has ended in disgrace, although he may well continue to play his part in the ‘Brexitosphere’ of thinktanks and pressure groups in which he has had so prominent a role before and after Brexit.
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