In this article, David Jeffery explores how capitalism itself can be used to force banking reform and how the power of demand can create more ethical high street banking.
Written by Joe Williams.
It seems logical that an elected second chamber would improve the British political system, but more elections do not equal a better democracy. James Bowater argues that electing peers will cause damage to the House of Lords, the government and British democracy.
Dr David S. Moon, academic at the University of Sheffield, outlines why a ‘no’ vote on 05 May will help British democracy.
What is the importance or the use of the twenty-first century politician? Has his or her role become unmanageable or alternatively too managed by PR?
Article by Ellie Neves.