Many older people won’t be able to rely on traditional sources of informal care in the coming years, writes Jack Lofthouse.
Category Archives: Good Society
English politicians can learn something from the Scottish example of devolution, writes Richard Carr.
Have we really witnessed a dramatic fall in violent crime because young people have stopped binge drinking? asks James Bloodworth.
It’s not just that we’re denied space to make the argument, it’s that we’ve failed to make a convincing case for human rights, argues Andrew Noakes.
With the Scottish independence argument hotting up, it’s important that the issue of devolution in England is not overlooked, writes Neil Foster.
By introducing a mansion tax based on the last sale price of a property, rather than the current market value, the tax would hit only those who could afford to pay it, writes Tom Copley.
Jesus’ instruction to love thy neighbour is the opposite of a politically convenient message, writes Simon Ravenscroft.
The logic of a radical vision for democratic education is winning students over, writes James Elliott.