Opinion piece in The Guardian on the revival of failed ‘supply-side’ economic dogma, as the inspiration of Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng.
Article in the London Review of Books on the decline of the UK economy as the backdrop to the current Tory leadership election.
Interview with New Humanist
I discussed our arguments in Unprecedented? with New Humanist.
Review of The Assault on Truth
I reviewed Peter Oborne’s new book, The Assault on Truth: Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and the Emergence of a New Moral Barbarism, for The Guardian.
What was Corbynism?
Blogpost at PERC, seeking to relocate Corbynism in the political and economic context that gave rise to it: Osbornite austerity.
The Great British battle
Essay published by Guardian Review, on the nationalist currents being stirred by the covid crisis.
Society as broadband network
Article in the London Review of Books, on how the Covid 19 pandemic has revealed different understandings of ‘society’.
Review essay in the London Review of Books covering intergenerational politics in Britain over the past four years and Keir Milburn’s Generation Left.
‘The punishment of democracy’
Blogpost on the hellish election campaign season, at Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre.
‘A startlingly radical manifesto’
I was asked to review the Labour manifesto for The Guardian Review, alongside other writers on the other manifestos.