It has gone unnoticed, but accepting a genuine libertarian who disregards party loyalists is actually a really bad move for UKIP
Category Archives: Clean Politics
Our government’s lunge for censorship suggests a fear among both officialdom and elected representatives that our society cannot defend itself against bad ideas
Disaffection is a perennial problem for politics; the way democracy is understood contributes to that problem
Has Alex Salmond wildly overestimated the part of oil in his independent utopia?
The Tory donor has his own academy chain and a financial interest in selling technology to schools: what could possibly go wrong?
Describing Scotland as being ‘captive’ or ‘oppressed’ is patronising and insulting to the entire country.
The ‘ideologically obsessed zealot’ who ‘secretly’ raided £400m meant for school places: Gove owes us answers
A top hedge fund guru whose tax affairs have been scrutinised in the past has given £1.5 million to the Conservative Party, new figures from the Electoral Commission can reveal.