- Renationalising the railways is trendy but not smart (Jack Watson)
- Are party consultations with members worth the paper they’re written on? (George Potter)
- We shouldn’t criticize Jeremy Corbyn for finally doing a bit of reasonably clever “media” (Paul Walter)
- Andrew George writes…Can progressives unite to defeat the Tories? (Andrew George)
- The UK and the rapid deterioration in global security (Paul Reynolds)
- The Blood is the Life for 26-08-2016
- In a time of little joy for political moderates, UKIP being rubbish acts as comfort food
- My must-reads this week August 26, 2016
- Could Labour's flagship conference be cancelled this year?
- Yate Spur cycle path update
- Temporary Traffic Order - Perth Road
- Interesting Links for 26-08-2016
- Moar Supergirling
- Donald Trump's election campaign decides to give me money (yes, really)
- No need to stay up: Lib Dems bound to lose tonight, and to do worse than Communists
- Gemma Roulston 26th Aug - 12:41pm
What the Tories and Labour have done via sanctions is to make people feel like 3rd class citizens and not people with equal merit to...
- James Baillie 26th Aug - 12:39pm
Nick - you're right that NIT should replace eg jobseekers, sanctions, etc - the issue in cost and admin terms is that it mustn't be...
- Andrew McCaig 26th Aug - 12:38pm
John, I watched the video of Rudy Giuliani and it seems extremely high on assertions and accusations, but only evidence seems to be "we can't...
- Dave Orbison 26th Aug - 12:36pm
@Stimpson 'privatise the lot' my paraphrase. I agree with expats housing is not such a good example. Then there's Utilities. The great gas/ electricity rip...
- Gemma Roulston 26th Aug - 12:31pm
I was sad to see that the policy paper was aimed at continuing the pressure on disabled people and carers to work. What about those...
- crewegwyn 26th Aug - 12:22pm
Stimpson "welcome modernisation of 19th century practices" Like having a member of staff on the train to take control if the driver is incapacitated? Is...