Stephen Lawrence Day is a welcome memorial, but it glosses over the systemic change we need to tackle knife crime, writes Kemi Butt
Alison McGovern and Richard Angell talk to Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms about the grassroots, internet-driven movements that are now shaping politics. <span data-mce-type=”bookmark”...
With the Arizona 8th up for grabs tomorrow, and the midterms on the horizon, there is much to learn from Conor Lamb’s victory in Pennsylvania, writes Felix Behr
The London elections could see Labour capitalise on the Tories’ mistreatment of EU citizens in the UK, writes Ivana Bartoletti
Antisemitism will dominate the agenda until the leader’s office takes real action, writes Adrian McMenamin
Sam Bright speaks to Amelia Showalter – Barack Obama’s analytics chief – about big data, the shock of Hillary Clinton’s defeat, and how to fundraise $1bn
Military action should be used to force Syria to the negotiating table, writes Bilal Shami
No 10 rejected immigration promises that could have turned the referendum around, writes Will Straw
Leonard Woolf’s journey shows us why the Labour party needs room for intellectual flexibility, writes Luke Reader
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