Eliza Filby

Eliza Filby

The Labour leader is adored by an alliance of two disenchanted generations. But he is grooming his ragtag army for inevitable defeat

By putting the left-wing case for Brexit, the party can lift a referendum debate so far dominated by Etonian egos and Little Englanders

David Cameron’s former director of strategy has a manifesto for the modern world

The voting patterns of religious voters in Britain are more complicated than they first appear. Politicians should stop treating faiths as bloc votes

‘One student identified himself as working class and a member of the Communist Party. I was, however, surprised to see a copy of Roger Scruton’s Meaning of Conservatism bulging out of his satchel’