The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
In this article, Brandon Ashford urges for a Conservative government in 2015. to continue the plans begun by the coalition.
In this article, Gregory Pichorowycz dismisses the political compass as an unnecessary oversimplification.
Alex Lumsden analyses UKIP’s woes and what Nigel Farage can reasonably expect come the general election.
Labour leader Ed Milliband is facing legal prosecution from animation producers Aardman Studios after the company criticised his unauthorised use of image rights to the beloved TV character Wallace.
Having realised that, in the middle of a poor economic climate it is going to be very hard to fund a national living wage, equal pay act and free ice cream on Thursdays, Labour have today announced their economic policy for 2015 will centre around finding the lost & mystical city of ‘El Dorado’.
Editor Simon Renwick welcomes you to the latest edition of Canvas, titled ‘Significant Events of the 20th Century’.
In this article Beth Miller looks at New Labour and in particular at Tony Blair and some of the things he was able to achieve.
Canvas presents highlights from Sheffield Sal event: “Nanny, Nudger or Therapist?: is the State Enhancing or Undermining our Personal Decision Making?”
In this article, Christy McMorrow explore the possibility and mertis of a ‘living wage’ policy