Michelle Hufschmid focuses on the example of British Rail to make the case for nationalisation, while Peter Saville contends that the wave of privatisations since the 1980s has been an enormous net gain for ordinary people as well as business
Alexander Curtis argues that devolution to Wales and Scotland is a mistake, and one that threatens to split the United Kingdom
Brian Wong attacks the use of classical liberal arguments to defend the presence of Trump's campaign manager at the Union, but argues he should be allowed to speak nevertheless
James Aung advocates for the moral necessity of global empathy
In this week's If... William Rees-Mogg contemplates an America Made Great Again.
This week, Red on Blue looks at the ever compelling subject of electoral reform: does First Past the Post really benefit us if it isn't as representative as it could be? Liam Astle and Altair Brandon-Salmon take a look.
In this week's Wednesday Weltanschauung, Samuel Juniper extols the merits of Green politics, which are not limited to the environment, but extend to society and the economy.
If…is a Cherwell Blogs feature reflecting on the potential futures our currently absurd political landscape might bring. Today Louis McEvoy considers what the Labour Party might one day be like if Jeremy Corbyn never resigns…
This week, Liam Astle and Matt Burwood discuss the ongoing refugee crisis. Is the government’s policy the right one, or do we have an obligation to take in more refugees?
Jacob Chatterjee contends that the solution to modern political crises can be found in the philosophy of Edmund Burke.