An interview with Margot James, Conservative MP for Stourbridge in the West Midlands.
Alexander Titcomb explores the Keynesian and monetarist debate
In this article Fran Hinton poses a question about the role of Britain in Europe: will we be a nation of isolation or participation? She argues that whilst the EU cannot be regarded as perfect, in regards to the welfare of British citizens and the wealth of our nation, the EU has played a central role in bringing prosperity to Britain. In conclusion, we are stronger together than apart.
Marc Geddes and Ben Mackay, Editor in Chief and Head of Research respectively, interview the Deputy Prime Minister on 25 November 2011 on a range of issues, including deficit reduction, youth unemployment, Coalition government, and much more.
A look at the political style of the current German Chancellor, and how it has helped her during her career.
At Lib Dem conference the focus is on demonstrating what has been achieved in coalition, as the party is often stifled by being the smaller partner. This is generally done very effectively, and the party has a number of achievements it should be proud of.
This article is about the suitability of the British constitution for hung parliaments and coalition governments, and the reforms necessary to better accommodate coalition government in future.
Written by Jordan Marshall.