Zsuzsanna Szabo traces the murky relationship between Hungary’s political and media establishments
Jendella Benson asks how can we stop passing on money trauma and anxiety to our children Read More
by Kiri Kankhwende You’ve probably heard all about Labour’s list, leaked to the Times, which ranks party MPs on a spectrum of supportive to hostile. On the face of it, it’s easy to understand why, even when you’ve won a resounding mandate from party members but a group of MPs seem hell-bent on undermining… Read More
Now we know for sure. After their stunning, and literally historic victory in the Clacton by-election and unexpected success in the North West on the same day, there is now electoral ‘proof’ – if any were still needed – that UKIP are likely to have a significant impact on the outcome of the general election in May 2015.
So what does this mean for minority ethnic communities in Britain, as the political centre of gravity drifts to the right? Read More
by David Wood Politics is a tribal business. It is a strange world where you can virulently disagree with somebody in private, but because they are ‘one of us’, to coin one of Margaret Thatcher’s favourite expressions, you would not be able to get a fag-paper’s worth of difference in opinion when expressed publicly. This… Read More