Total 18 Posts
Rishi Sunak’s removal of Home Secretary Suella Braverman, known for appealing to the cultural right, and the appointment of former PM David Cameron as foreign secretary reveals his struggle to balance diverse factions within the Conservative Party.
The cost of living crisis can’t wait for the next election: Three key issues the UK government needs to tackle now5 min read
Governmental support is failing the country’s most vulnerable households. Politicians need to act now.
The UK economy’s COVID bounceback was stronger than we thought – but here’s why people are still feeling financial pain5 min read
An economist explains why new official figures have eased the gloom surrounding the UK economy, but haven’t fully dispelled all fears.
No more tweaks: let’s replace the energy price cap with something more radical.
Channel 4’s shocking Gregg Wallace: The British Miracle Meat owes much to Swift and his gruesome satire4 min read
Channel 4’s stealthy documentary on engineering human meat from the poor parallels Swift’s suggestion that people should eat the children of Ireland’s most destitute.
The strikes bill making its way through parliament potentially means employers will be able to block workers from taking industrial action. Despite his efforts to portray trade unions as out-of-control, is Rishi Sunak misreading the voters’ opinion?