A few months ago I wrote a piece about the ‘tampon tax’ – the UK’s 5% tax on sanitary products … Continue reading How to win the women’s vote – Deborah May
Iain Duncan Smith has resigned his cabinet position using the chancellors budget cuts to disability benefits as the straw that … Continue reading Iain Duncan Smith resigns
As loud as the liberal commentariat is crying wolf, should we really be making any kind of qualitative comparison between … Continue reading The politics of us and them – Julian Eldridge
I doubt there are many among us who would dispute that Europe’s response to the Middle East refugee crisis is … Continue reading Letting a Greek tragedy become a comedy of errors.
Are you in or are you out? It appears the finer details of this question are so arcane that most … Continue reading Put your left foot in or your right foot out? – David Baldelli
This won’t be an easy blog to write. The reason is it will reflect my pessimism, a personal characteristic I … Continue reading Division of Labour
I’ve never assembled a CV nor registered for an online dating agency. If I had I’d no doubt have been … Continue reading Government of the people without the people. – Julian Eldridge