All the parties should wise up to the fact that the electorial map has changed, says Ian Hernon
As a matter of interest, SNP interests are vested ones
While public opinion in the United Kingdom is encouraged to believe that the European Union imposes laws and policies against the wishes and interests of the British people, the truth …
The election campaign is going to get nastier but it was ever thus, says Stephen Pound
Delays in ambulance handovers have almost doubled since last winter and ambulance trusts currently have more than 1,100 staff vacancies,
There are risks for the EU and not just Greece from austerity, says Peter Hain
Ella Morris by John David Morley (Weidenfeld & Nicholson, £16.99) The Man Who Loved Dogs by Leonardo Padura (Bitter Lemon Press, £12.99)
Back To The Future Of Socialism by Peter Hain (Policy Press, £19.99)
John Coulter tells of his own nightmarish trip to Auschwitz as part of International Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations
If This Is A Woman. Inside Ravensbrück: Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women by Sarah Helm (Little, Brown, £25)
Embarrassment for David Cameron as his wife Samantha’s business links puncture a hole in his synthetic criticisms of companies which hide away in overseas tax havens.
Controversy followed Leon Brittan throughout his political career and beyond. Latterly, such controversies focused on alleged paedophilia activities,.
Seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz, Ian Hernon reflects on the Nazis’ ‘Final Solution’
Right-wing birds of a filthy rich feather flock together
The election in Greece is a cry for freedom. Freedom from the “economic waterboarding” which the country and its people have suffered under the oppression of austerity.
The Inca: Masters of the Clouds BBC 4
Where’s Labour’s education policy? wonders Graham Lane
The Second World War leader died 60 years ago. Ian Hernon offers his assessment
Is Al Murray’s South Thanet candidature a satire too far?, asks Ian Hernon
Commuters on the UK’s privatised railways are spending more than twice as much of their salary on rail travel as passengers on publicly-owned railways in France, Germany, Spain and Italy.