Why we need Women in the next England Football Team – Claire Annesley

The next England manager would be wise to follow the example of prime ministers and include women in his top team. Playing for England is the football equivalent of being appointed to the cabinet. It’s the pinnacle of the profession and, in both cases, the teams are dominated by men. Women’s under-representation in politics and … Continue reading Why we need Women in the next England Football Team – Claire Annesley

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‘We hold these truths to be self-evident’: common misperceptions about money in US politics… – Sam Power

Though his race is all-but run, Bernie Sanders has undoubtedly enlivened what was largely considered to be a Clinton procession to the Democratic Nominating Convention in July. One of the appeals of his campaign is the belief of him and his supporters that Washington is a cozy, elite club. Rarely does this better manifest itself … Continue reading ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident’: common misperceptions about money in US politics… – Sam Power

Running the circus: can “the monkeys” of the British public be trusted to determine our future in the European Union? – Phin Jennings

Democracy is great... Isn’t it? H. L. Mencken once famously described it as ‘the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage’ and its critics include Plato and Nietzsche. Nonetheless, on the 23rd of June these ‘monkeys’ will be tasked with deciding whether or not the UK should remain in the European … Continue reading Running the circus: can “the monkeys” of the British public be trusted to determine our future in the European Union? – Phin Jennings