After losing Hartlepool to the Conservatives, the Labour Party would do well to take heed of Jon Cruddas’s new book
David Goodhart’s recent book is a reminder that we need to look out for those whose lives, jobs and purpose are disappearing
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, has a year of lockdowns shown us that equality in the home is still a fantasy?
Natascha Engel delves into Marc Stears’s new book, and asks: is there anything in here that will help us rebuild the Red Wall without losing our big city majorities?
The party that misunderstands what hanging baskets mean to communities is already planting the seeds of its failure
Starting a new political party is not as easy as it looks
The Freedom of Information Act was supposed to guarantee honesty and transparency in government, but has ensured that controversial decisions will be forever shrouded in secrecy
The former inaugural chair of Parliament’s Backbench Business Committee recalls its first ever meeting
Labour needs to learn to use the new hybrid arrangement to their advantage
The reality of localism, planning reform and house building