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Post Truth: the new war on truth and how to fight back, by Matthew d’Ancona – book review

Let’s take back civic responsibility

25 June 2017 · Leave a comment

A ‘post-war consensus’ for the 21st century

In the past, the future was something exciting, not scary.

16 May 2017 · Leave a comment

Happy birthday to Cafe thinking

A trip down memory lane

9 May 2017 · Leave a comment

Why the Tories won, by Tim Ross – book review #Election2017

Are we in Groundhog Day?

2 May 2017 · Leave a comment

Five Days in May, by Andrew Adonis – book review

A progressive alliance can’t get off the ground

25 April 2017 · Leave a comment

Vanity Fair

After Blair, two more party leaders have a day in the sun

28 February 2017 · Leave a comment

The Unfinished Revolution by Philip Gould – book review

After Copeland, some lessons from the 1990s

27 February 2017 · 2 Comments

Blair, Remain and why fact-checkers miss the point

The ex-PM’s speech is a starting point

20 February 2017 · Leave a comment

Clive Lewis, Kremlinology, and the Corbyn end game

Tipping point for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership?

8 February 2017 · Leave a comment

All Out War, by Tim Shipman: a remainer’s review

Vivid, energetic, gloomy.

30 January 2017 · 4 Comments