Opinion

History haunts modern life, but will we ever learn from it?
History

History haunts modern life, but will we ever learn from it?

The echoes of our history live on in the politics of today, and the divisions we seem destined to repeat

Three things the government can do to end homelessness
Opinion

Three things the government can do to end homelessness

Despite government pledges to eradicate homelessness, the numbers keep going up. It’s time to get serious

Media literacy is the only thing standing in the way of the next Andrew Tate
Bejay Mulenga

Media literacy is the only thing standing in the way of the next Andrew Tate

One of the best ways to protect children from online misinformation peddled by bad actors is to teach them media literacy, says Bejay Mulenga of charity The Student View

Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth should honour our past struggles
Opinion

Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth should honour our past struggles

Bloody Sunday: Why we need the human stories that history textbooks leave out
Julieann Campbell

Bloody Sunday: Why we need the human stories that history textbooks leave out

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Jeremy Hunt has shown our leaders are all out of ideas. Might be time to ask a chimp what to do
Paul McNamee

Jeremy Hunt has shown our leaders are all out of ideas. Might be time to ask a chimp what to do

Menopause policies would keep women in work. Why won’t the government listen?
Elizabeth Carr-Ellis

Menopause policies would keep women in work. Why won’t the government listen?

Giorgio Morandi: an Italian artist of understated brilliance
Opinion

Giorgio Morandi: an Italian artist of understated brilliance

Selling off our NHS piece by piece
Your views

Selling off our NHS piece by piece

Artificial Intelligence is no match for the human heart
Opinion

Artificial Intelligence is no match for the human heart

The High Court ruling on legacy benefits is a bitter blow for disabled people
Disability rights

The High Court ruling on legacy benefits is a bitter blow for disabled people

I was born into poverty – and 77 years later we still haven’t solved it
Opinion

I was born into poverty – and 77 years later we still haven’t solved it

The UK needs a national energy advice service
Energy advice

The UK needs a national energy advice service

Sam Delaney: ‘We always wanted a puppy… now it’s chaos’
pets

Sam Delaney: ‘We always wanted a puppy… now it’s chaos’

Even funding the NHS properly won’t solve all the problems caused by austerity
Jaimie Kaffash

Even funding the NHS properly won’t solve all the problems caused by austerity

What an unnervingly viral map of housing data can tell us about UK politics
Jonn Elledge

What an unnervingly viral map of housing data can tell us about UK politics

Ulysses helps us realise poverty has been with us a long time
John Bird

Ulysses helps us realise poverty has been with us a long time

Why I spent the festive period giving food to people living on the streets of Manchester
John Junior

Why I spent the festive period giving food to people living on the streets of Manchester

Let’s not get distracted by Rishi Sunak’s rabbit
Paul McNamee

Let’s not get distracted by Rishi Sunak’s rabbit

Rishi Sunak’s answer to the NHS crisis, sky-high energy bills and widespread strikes? More maths!
Rose Morelli

Rishi Sunak’s answer to the NHS crisis, sky-high energy bills and widespread strikes? More maths!

It’s time the government stepped up to help disabled people in the cost of living crisis
Disability rights

It’s time the government stepped up to help disabled people in the cost of living crisis

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Gordon Brown: Universal Credit doesn’t add up
Gordon Brown

Gordon Brown: Universal Credit doesn’t add up

Austerity has its own life – here’s how it lives on in future generations
Sarah Marie Hall

Austerity has its own life – here’s how it lives on in future generations

As we welcome the New Year, we mustn’t lose hope
Paul McNamee

As we welcome the New Year, we mustn’t lose hope

2023 is a crucial year for Northern Ireland’s future
Opinion

2023 is a crucial year for Northern Ireland’s future