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Crime and Punishment: Lived Reality is Now Divorced From Electoral Politics

, 26 April 2022
Sam Bright considers why, after years of stagnating wealth and declining health in Britain, the Conservative Party hasn’t seen its support slump sooner?

Talking About My Generation: How the Conservative Party has Punished Young People

, 22 April 2022
From mental health services to tuition fees, the Government has damaged the welfare and prosperity of the next generation, writes Daisy Steinhardt

Exclusive Rishi Sunak’s Plan to Soften Blow of Universal Credit Cut has been a £1 Billion Bust

, 21 April 2022
Nic Murray explores the Chancellor’s underfunded and misjudged scheme to help deprived families make ends meet

Exclusive North Loses Out as Government Replaces EU ‘Shared Prosperity Fund’

, 20 April 2022
Sam Bright and Tom Robinson calculate the reductions in UK regional development spending, compared to the equivalent EU scheme

Young People As Prime Targets: Student Loan Hike is the Latest Frontier of the Conservative ‘Culture War’

, 19 April 2022
By allowing student loan debt to soar, the Government is seeking yet more division between young and old, says Maheen Behrana

Post-Brexit Britain: A Rotting, Corrupted State

, 19 April 2022
Chris Grey explores why the UK’s departure from the EU cannot be separated from other challenging political and public developments in Britain today
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Exclusive Private Schools Attended by Cabinet Ministers Increase Assets by £300 Million in Six Years

, 12 April 2022
Sam Bright and Sascha Lavin report on the burgeoning wealth of Britain’s elite, fee-paying institutions, and the character of the politicians they have created

Wage Stagnation and the Conservative Party’s Ideological War on Workers

, 11 April 2022
The current cost of living crisis can be placed firmly in the context of the Conservative Party’s antipathy to the strife of the working class, says Thomas Perrett

Exclusive How an Influential Pro-Russian Business Network Worked Silently Within Westminster for Decades

, 8 April 2022
TJ Cole explores how the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce has attempted to shape UK politics and trade for more than a century
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