In this article, Jose Angel Garcia examines the role the media plays in exposing scandals. Is the media playing with justice?
The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
In this comment piece, Liam Deacon explores why people are so quick to tarnish the concept of ‘Socialism’ in British Politics, and the impact it is having on The Living Crisis
After the humiliating defeat of the Alternative Vote last year, you might think that supporters of electoral reform should keep quiet. After all, only 32% of the 42% of the electorate who bothered to vote actually supported changing the electoral system. Some may argue that
An interview with Margot James, Conservative MP for Stourbridge in the West Midlands.
In this short introduction, George Richards (Editor-at-Large), gives an overview of the aims and objectives of a new project called “Democracy 2015″ that has emerged from Andreas Whittam Smith, founder of the Independent, which hopes to reverse public apathy towards politics and repair political trust.
In mid-April 2012, surveys released by a number of polling organisations suggested that, were a general election to take place, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) would receive more votes than the Liberal Democrats, and take their place as the third party of British politics.[i] Subsequent
Andrew Tromans challenges the view that Chamberlain’s appeasement was an utter failure.
In this article, Ben Craig argues that it was Clement Attlee, Prime Minister 1945-51, who re-shaped Great Britain more than any other.