A piece in today’s Guardian is touting Jeremy Hunt as a future Tory leader. Could it really be so?
Category Archives: Clean Politics
The most likely scenario in 2015 is a hung-parliament. Policymakers should be considering how they deal with that reality.
The Tories are claiming credit for a fall in violent crime that mostly occurred under Labour.
The nations of Britain and the regions of England are becoming more and more electorally polarised.
UKIP are more than a man in a pub drinking a pint. Behind Farage’s Cheshire Cat grin are some dangerous policies.
The assumption that UKIP is gaining in popularity because of its policies on immigration and Europe has been undermined by new polling.
Spending cuts to local government appear to have fallen on poorer (Labour) areas far more severely than wealthier (Tory) ones.
There is a rich history of politicians using burdensome administrative requirements to try to win elections.
The Green Party primary provides a great example of how we can achieve a more open and democratic Europe.