The Local Elections must be a wake up call for Labour and the left.

Labour had a terrible night in the local elections, and the signs are undeniably worrying. These are depressing times for those on the left...

An American Abroad During the Rise of Donald Trump

Every morning I wake up a few hours in the future and wonder what I missed while I slept: what new vitriol spat from...

Chilcot Inquiry: Blair’s half-hearted apology doesn’t heal Iraq’s pain

The Iraq Inquiry, also known as the Chilcot Inquiry after its chairman Sir John Chilcot, has finally been published - more than seven years...

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...

EU Referendum: In, out, shake it all about…

I’ll make no bones about this: I think it’s a no-brainer that we should stay in the EU and that the PM committed to...

Are you now or have you ever been? – A new wave of British...

You may think from reading the title of this article that I'm a sensationalist, few of you may believe me to be an upstart "leftie"...

Pay Inequality: why are we so reluctant to discuss closing the gap?

Jeremy Corbyn was slated by the media for suggesting the implementation of a maximum wage, but it begs the question, why are we scared...

Brexit: 16-17 year olds have been denied having a say on their future

Along with the majority of the youthful population, I was a strong remain campaigner and this was likely best highlighted by the transformation of...

We all need Labour’s bold manifesto for change

People are quick to say that it doesn't matter who gets elected, things never change. At this election, this couldn't be further from the...

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...