A Bollywood drama, a dose of reality and why inequality is such a drag
Jay Elwes / September 30, 2014
The Home Secretary's speech took the Conservative Party conference by storm
George Magnus / September 29, 2014
China needs to pay attention to the demands of Hong Kong residents who feel they were promised democracy
Josh Lowe / September 29, 2014
As another Tory MP pledges allegiance to Nigel Farage's party, we look back at some of history's defining political defections
Jay Elwes / September 29, 2014
The Chancellor's new policies might pass the Conservatives' "fairness test," but they are wrong headed, potentially driving more on to disability benefits and hitting small businesses
A new history of philosophy makes a brave attempt to fill in gaps in public knowledge, but does it pass the "wikipedia test?"
Ukip's latest policy offering is designed to woo Ed Miliband's core voters
Matthew Wolfson / September 26, 2014
A new book about the former President shows us what it felt like to live through the mid-1970s as an engaged, newspaper-reading American
MPs are still debating in the House of Commons whether to authorise the use of British warplanes against Isis in Iraq. It is all but certain that the vote, which takes place at 5pm this evening, will...