In 1919, Britain came close to a workers and soldiers uprising. But it’s not a story the official WW1 commemoration wants to highlight.
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Politicians on all sides want to devolve power to the cities to boost economic growth. Energy should be central to this new agenda.
It’s time that the Conservative justice secretary stopped trying to justify the oversight and started looking at ways to correct it.
Councillors are older, working longer and are more educated than in the past, according to a new survey.
Nationalism has many potential outcomes, but they are all based on a concern for ‘our people’ not ‘the people’.
At least some young workers are starting to realise that they won’t get paid what they’re entitled to without a fight.
If Miliband can’t win on style, substance becomes more important, but I’m not sure Labour really understand this.