Sam Bidwell

Sam Bidwell is a Parliamentary Researcher and freelance writer, who has written for a number of UK publications on geopolitics, culture, and current affairs. He tweets at @sam_bidwell

Competing communitarian manifestos provide a dark glimpse into Britain’s future

The Labour manifesto is a recipe for bland bureaucratic managerialism

Ed Davey’s anti-political campaign is darker than it looks

Failed advisers and politicians have to be removed

Nationhood cannot be reduced to abstractions

Has Britain found its insurgent populist party?

Appealing to older voters is failing as an electoral strategy

Multiculturalism is reshaping British political life

A Farage-less Reform campaign began with more of a splutter than a bang

Opaque standards committees are putting British public life in a stranglehold