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Ed Miliband has been warned that Labour would be foolish to base its strategy for winning next year's general election on Ukip taking votes from the Conservatives. Some senior Labour figures and parliamentary candidates believe the party is too
What will be the deciding factor in the election this year? Will it Obamacare? Chaos erupting around the world? President approval rating? Will it be single women voters, Hispanics, young people? Mike Podhorzer crunched numbers
Following the radio success of their debut, Diary Of A Blue Collar Cracker , the lyrical narration of Diesel Tunes was inspired by Ian Patrick Gentles' decade-long open-road adventure as a truck driver.
July 2014 Today we launch a new series , curated by Goldsmiths in partnership with OurKingdom, on liberalism in neoliberal times. Liberalism was undoubtedly conceived as an emancipatory project, one which duly recognized the value and dignity of the
Panicking party chiefs have now launched a desperate search for more Conservative MPs who were not born with silver spoons in their mouths' begging them to step forward to rescue the initiative. David Cameron had hoped to launch the campaign, which
June 2014 In the aftermath of austerity in Ireland, the Labour party has seen itself virtually wiped out while Sinn Fein has continued to rise. Once upon a time when Irish people found themselves the victims of oppression, they took up arms to fight
We need to understand China in the context of a rise of authoritarian political parties and governments throughout the world. South America, far from perfect, is the only region of the world without a clear rise in the influence of anti-democratic,
Dock Workers statue in London's Royal Victoria Dock Why do white working class children underachieve in schools? MPs on the education select committee delivered the verdict that they are "consistently the lowest performing group in the country".
Radius Images/Corbis I have spent the last 25 years selling and then publishing books, so I read with interest Melvyn Bragg's recent comments on working-class characters in fiction being stereotyped and cliched. "All this 'it's grim oop north' sort
Open Society Foundations' study found that white working-class people have been marginalised by media stereotypes, in terms like 'chavs' or 'white trash'. Photograph: Rex/Josephine Soughan & Simon Pe The marginalisation of white working-class people