In the second of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses the innovations of the Chicago School and the question of how we might begin to move beyond neoliberalism.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
Scottish independence would barely impact on election results, but would be a welcome blow to British nationalism.
UKIP's success in the European elections can only be fully explained by considering the party's presentation by the media as an Establishment force.
An astute and aggressive class traitor, who knew precisely how to rile his ex-classmates, Labour Chancellor Hugh Dalton was the Tories’ worst nightmare.
With elites languishing in a state of decadence, what should the role of art be in reflecting and challenging the world?
The grubby paw-prints of corporate lobbyists are all over UK public policy. Here are 13 of their worst offences.
A quarter century after its first free elections in 1990, Hungary is running out of democratic options.
The Turkish state is in crisis. To intervene effectively the left must recognise that this as a political crisis, and one that has been years in the making.
For many who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Tony Benn represented the future, a world in which technology was harnessed to public good, rather than private gain.