I look much more like a Greek Marxist than I do a British Tory. And so do most people.
Posts Tagged: Working Class
Sharp differences in opinion can be found in all the major parties, but in the Labour Party they don’t matter.
The key battleground for the twenty-first century won’t be an arms race; it will be an education race.
Nor wealth taxes, but savings credits.
On the eastern fringes of London, drinkers worried by immigration reckon that Farage speaks for them.
Stephen Kinnock’s progress towards the Commons highlights a role reversal.
Renewal is backing a campaign to reduce Labour’s disproportionate tax that is harming this crucial community facility.
We suffer today from the short-termist decisions of Tories decades ago. How will we leave a better political inheritance?
The conventional wisdom is that UKIP’s new voters are disaffected Tories. Nigel Farage insists they come from all parties and none. Who is right?
The squeeze on living standards threatens to hollow out middle class support for the Conservatives. No wonder Labour’s poll lead is so stubborn.
Peter Cuthbertson: The big flaw in Owen Jones’ “Chavs” is that he sees the working class as almost entirely passive
Peter Cuthbertson reviews the new edition of "Chavs" by Owen Jones, which was released last month. Owen Jones’ Chavs is worth… Read more »