The Conservative Party would be wise not to invest too much faith in Lynton Crosby to deliver them an election victory, states Sam Mannion
An open letter to Dr Cornel West written by Katharine Jenkins regarding remarks about Julian Assange made in his speech to the University of Sheffield Students Union on 08/05/13.
James Donnelly remembers the relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Augusto Pinochet as a tragically misguided accord
Olly Clay asks whether football is an appropriate outlet for political expression.
“No need to batten down the hatches just yet!” Andrew Tromans suggests not to get too excited about the possibility of a UKIP ‘earthquake.’
David Jeffery ponders whether Thatcher really meant: “There is no such thing as society.”
Max Evans suggests that ostracising Paolo Di Canio for his political statements is to over simplify them.
Calum Young examines UK compliance with the European Human Rights Act
Ben Douglass examines the current Conservative Party policy on the Human Rights Act
Adam Hawksbee argues that the debate over welfare reform has descended into cheap slogans and hyperbole rather than dealing with the real issues.