13th May 2018
12th August 2017
Remain voters and EU-27 citizens' rights
5th May 2017
A masterpiece of the French New Wave has lessons for the world of Macron, Le Pen & Mélenchon
23rd February 2017
8th January 2017
How do views on European freedom of movement in the UK compare with those in other EU nations? Surprisingly, UK attitudes seem to have become more aligned with those elsewhere in the EU since the referendum.
16th February 2015
The coalition’s record on working age social security is reviewed under the headings of continuity (with the policies of the previous government), retrenchment and reform.
4th November 2014
I don't know whether HMRC has yet started sending out the 'tax summaries' which have been widely reported and commented on over the last couple of days. The table here shows why, if they haven't, it would be a good idea to pulp them and start again.
28th September 2014
More detail than anyone is likely to want on why Iain Duncan Smith's claims to be 'breaking up 'shameless' housing estates' are about as well-founded as you might expect.
8th July 2014
8th April 2014
I wrote the draft article in the linked PDF about four years ago. I'm publishing it now because I think its main argument resonates with some current debates about public attitudes and public perceptions, particularly with regard to poverty.