The grubby paw-prints of corporate lobbyists are all over UK public policy. Here are 13 of their worst offences.
Marketisation of higher education affects all students, but, as the case of Sanaz Raji illustrates, some are particularly vulnerable.
Barcelona, like many cities, now operates as a corporate brand, a process which has left residents disenfranchised and which raises important questions about the interests served by urban spaces
City centres are increasingly privatised and dominated by consumerism, which compromises our access to and relationship with public space.
Arguments about service-improvement in the NHS are failing, hence why Jeremy Hunt has resorted to the coercive clause 118. He must be stopped.
In Salford high profile regeneration projects have failed, leaving residents stranded in limbo and uncertainty.
Peter Mair’s final book is a sure guide to our enfeebled ‘voodoo politics,’ in a world where raw economic power reigns unchallenged
The sight of Grangemouth workers cheering as they accepted brutal cutbacks should not be dressed up as anything other than a serious setback for workers.
Are the Imperial War Museums truly independent?
The newly-launched "consumer champion for health and social care in England" is packed with free market zealots and designed to be toothless from the outset.