Are the Tories about to self-destruct?

In the wake of a post-budget rebellion, EU splits, and the resignation of the Work & Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, are the Tories about...

NHS weekend working: the inside story

Let me give you a bit of personal history.  Apart from writing, I have been a freelance management consultant these past 23 years, the...

Brexit: The great deception of the masses.

I predicted it would happen in our 2016 predictions article: yet the shock still hit me the morning I woke up to the news -...

Syria: We must now watch history repeat itself

So here we are again, at war, engaged in military action. Britain as a nation, indeed humanity itself, is inherently better at war than it...

Panama Papers: is the game up for wealthy tax dodgers?

The largest cross-border journalism collaboration ever has uncovered a giant leak of documents from Mossack Fonseca, a global law firm based in Panama. Three...

The people must unite, all must vote, the cancerous Tories must be rejected

After months of denying she would call a snap general election, Theresa May has proved just how reliable her word is and has done...

Investigatory Powers Bill: What is Big Brother up to?

Let's talk about surveillance: in particular the new Investigatory Powers Bill promoted by the Home Secretary, and which seems destined to become law in due course.  Time...

As their message falls apart, are we witnessing the death of the Conservative Party?

The message of the Conservative Party is falling apart, literally: letters ironically fell off the lacklustre slogan chosen for the party conference as Theresa...

No Smoke. No Fire. Still burnt.

Most people in the UK have a general belief that we live in a society that is protected by a robust legal system there...

Jeremy Corbyn has won a victory for democracy

For the media, Jeremy Corbyn's failure was pre-scripted, a forgone conclusion. They have a firm grip on the power to shape public opinion in...