david cameron

  • January 21, 2012

    While David Cameron and Ed Miliband continue to support relentless growth and minor amendments to the economic system, the inequalities inherent in that system will prosper, says Jonathan Bartley. A more thoroughgoing critique and real alternatives are needed.

  • January 1, 2012

    New Year was not kept in my childhood home. My parents believed that every day was the beginning of a new year.

  • December 31, 2011

    The political ride in Britain, in Europe and more widely is set to get bumpier, sometimes alarming, and never less than fascinating, says Simon Barrow. But the key question remains: who does (and who should?) call the shots in shaping the capacity of our key institutions both to respond to popular pressures and to ride the economic tiger?

  • December 31, 2011

    Britain is “a Christian country”, the language, culture and politics of which is “steeped in the Bible”, declared UK Prime Minister David Cameron recently. The Bible provides an "appalling moral compass", biologist and vigorous atheist Richard Dawkins responded. Both, despite elements of truth, revealed a deep misunderstanding of Christianity, says Savi Hensman.

  • December 20, 2011

    If power is ever to change its mind or examine its thinking, it needs to be taken out of its comfort zone.

  • December 17, 2011

    Blessed are the poor for they will pay the biggest price in reducing the deficit. They will behold the rich and see something good.

  • December 10, 2011

    The PM's decision to veto EU treaty reform on financial regulation and fiscal consolidation has drawn huge criticism, but so have some Euro proposals.

  • November 3, 2011

    David Cameron needs to stop hiding behind the US and support a financial transaction tax to combat poverty and climate change, says CAFOD.

  • October 6, 2011

    If the people of Britain really knew what had been going on in terms of corporate lobbying and wheeler-dealing behind the scenes at the Conservative Party conference, "they would be horrified".

  • August 10, 2011

    David Cameron announced this morning that water cannon will be available to London police at 24 hours' notice. It comes straight after a YouGov poll out today finding 9 out of 10 British people saying police should be able to use water cannon.