Lisa Nandy

Published: February 22, 2015
Written by Lisa Nandy

They talked about Broken Britain, then created it

UK-EU visa row over Ukrainians

Published: February 21, 2015
Written by David Hencke

Britain is refusing to implement a European Union agreement to waive visa charges for Ukrainians seeking to come to the country in advance of the general election.

Tories’ poll hopes hit by tax and funding scandals

Published: February 20, 2015
Written by Ian Hernon

The ongoing row over party funding and successive tax evasion scandals have damaged the Conservative Party’s general election hopes, with almost one in two saying the party’s arrangements are “disreputable.”

Look back in anger

Published: February 20, 2015
Written by Patrick Mulcahy

Cake Director: Daniel Barnz The Duke of Burgundy Director: Peter Strickland Dancing in Jaffa Director: Hilla Medalia

How wage falls fell

Published: February 20, 2015
Written by James Douglas

Research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) showed that female employees, older workers and low-paid staff have seen smaller real wage falls than male employees, younger workers and the …

Justice in Reverse Gear

Published: February 15, 2015
Written by Andrew Rosthorn

After the University of Lausanne discovered that England and Wales hold a higher percentage of their citizens in jail than any other West European nation, the British Justice Secretary blamed …

Maria Fyfe

Published: February 7, 2015
Written by Maria Fyfe

As a matter of interest, SNP interests are vested ones