The government's privatisation drive has slowed down of late, but will—and should—it continue?
Russian incompetence is to blame for the downing of Flight MH17
The downing of MH17 may stiffen the backbones of the EU and US in their dealings with Russia but is unlikely to be a game changer
Talking sex and politics with the late great lady of South African letters
There is need for caution but disabled people deserve the right to die
Labour's spring returns, privatising the unprivatisable, and bully-boy Putin
“People in Afghanistan don't see widows as human beings who have rights anymore”
Peter Kellner / July 18, 2014
Michael Gove lost his job partly due to his unpopularity with voters, but was David Cameron right to be swayed by public opinion?
The results of our (hotly contested) annual awards for policy and research