George Osborne’s plan for English devolution is a Tory trap, says Tim McNamara
One seat, one runner could see one big winner
Chris Evans wants to see urgent action against companies exploiting the least digitally engaged
We’re further back on the defensive against strangers
Much process but little peace in justice struggle
Let’s have pride, passion and a people’s champion
Austin Mitchell suggests that Labour might be able to reach to out to more people by finding inspiration from four decades ago
A legal victory by an environmental NGO in the European Court of Justice should force the UK Government to take urgent steps to clean up air pollution in British cities.
A Private Member’s Bill to roll-back the privatisation of the National Health Service will provide the template for the first tranche of legislation by an incoming Labour government.
Nye: The Political Life of Aneurin Bevan by Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds (IB Tauris, £25)
Labour MSP Jackie Baillie was not alone, during Alex Salmond’s final First Minister’s Questions at Holyrood, in saying the “real tragedy” of his career was that he had become so …
Killing Hope: US Military & CIA Interventions Since World War II by William Blum (Zed Books, £16.99)
Michael Pattison in Warsaw has seen two film gems that are heading for Britain
As US Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights from 1960 to 1967, John Doar played a pivotal role in promoting integration and voter registration in the South.
The aim is to get to zero, Farage does not count
Stephen Pound reads the runes after the Rochester by-election
Alex Salmond handed the SNP leadership to Nicola Sturgeon, and set a target for their party to win a majority of Scottish seats in the May general election
Tribune has never been part of the “none of the above” party. But neither has it, in the case of Labour, advocated its election to government, without first asking three …