Renowned journalist Matthew d’Ancona distinguishes post-truth from a long tradition of political lies, exaggeration and spin.
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And so the nation prepares to go to the polls, a mere two years and a month after the last general election. If the preliminary polling is accurate, Jeremy Corbyn will be leading Labour to its biggest defeat since 1935, and ...
The Spectator’s Katy Balls, New Statesman’s Julia Rampen and ex-adviser to Paddy Ashdown Miranda Green discuss the snap general election and its effect on the nation.
The traditional liberal democracies of the West are in decline, and divisive populist sentiment is on the rise. Bill Emmott explains that we have seen this phenomenon in Japan, France and Italy and now within all of Europe ...
Former Economist editor-in-chief Bill Emmott and investigative journalist Joris Luyendijk join forces to analyse the rise of populism and future of liberal democracy.
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Leading political economist Ann Pettifor explains how democracies can reclaim control over money production.
Internationally bestselling author Steven Johnson argues that novelty and wonder are powerful drivers of world-shaping technological change.
Hear about what brings Steven Johnson happiness, who inspires him, what he's most curious about and lots more!
One of Europe’s most prominent young thinkers, Rutger Bregman, calls for a return to utopian political thinking.