The UK played a positive role in securing commitments from other countries, but this now needs to be translated into concrete and binding laws.
Category Archives: Clean Politics
The Conservatives are planning to make strikes so restrictive they cross the boundary into an attack on fundamental civil liberties. We must stand up to them
Worryingly, what the Greens have to offer is very appealing to Labour supporters like me
Tweet Many wrongly see UKIP as a net positive for Labour – this is wrongheaded. Labour needs to get serious about UKIP, says Sam Fowles. Last week Nigel Farage announced his ambition, not just to be David Cameron’s “worst nightmare” but Ed Miliband’s as well. The general perception amongst the progressive media appears to be that UKIP’s […]
More people are dogging than are members of political parties: what a comment on modern politics
With less than three weeks to go until polling day, the climate around Scotland’s referendum on independence has taken an ugly turn.
David Cameron, the Member for Brussels Central, has run out of ways to lie to his eurosceptic backbenchers – rejoice!
It has gone unnoticed, but accepting a genuine libertarian who disregards party loyalists is actually a really bad move for UKIP
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