The case for progressive internationalism is as strong as ever, but for us to have purchase on the issue of global poverty, Britain needs a presence in these countries beyond our Embassies or High Commissions.
In the last year, across the world, 30 per cent of internet users have faced increased restrictions on accessing content. The Association for Progressive Communications estimates that over 45 states have imposed some kind of online restrictions.
David Cameron told reporters this week that he would be open to the idea of aid money being spent on military peacekeeping operations. The prime minister won’t be able to fill gaps in the defence budget with aid money, however, because the law won’t allow it.
Even The Sun, the ultimate scrounger bashers, thinks Steve Hilton’s latest idea is “daft”, writes Richard Darlington, head of news at the IPPR.
Voting is a duty, not a right, writes Richard Darlington, head of news at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR).
On budget day, Richard Darlington, head of news at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), presents a detailed breakdown of the benefits bill.
IPPR’s Richard Darlington looks at why there’s been such a rocket in the number of NEETs in 2011. Is it EMA? Is it the Future Jobs Fund? Is it just the Tories?
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IPPR’s Richard Darlington argues that simply using the stick to deal with Somali piracy will be ineffective – a carrot must be offered as well.
The Institute for Public Policy Research’s Richard Darlington argues that the UK’s voting system is now broken and the era two party politics is at an end.