Analysis

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Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and abroad, presented by distinguished writers, journalists and academics.

The political theorist who argues that liberal democracy is in grave danger.
Is work too easy? July 10, 2017
Michael Blastland asks if desk-bound work is making us obese.
Is work too easy? July 10, 2017
Michael Blastland asks if desk-bound work is making us obese.
Constitutions at Work July 3, 2017
Constitutions control the people who run countries - but how well do they work?
Constitutions at Work July 3, 2017
Constitutions control the people who run countries - but how well do they work?
Union membership is in decline. So who will represent the workers of the gig economy?
Union membership is in decline. So who will represent the workers of the gig economy?
A year on from the Brexit referendum we compare Wakefield to Oxford, Leave vs Remain
A year on from the Brexit referendum we compare Wakefield to Oxford, Leave vs Remain
How did Brazil's boom years turn to dust? David Baker investigates.
How did Brazil's boom years turn to dust? David Baker investigates.
Germany - Anxious Giant June 12, 2017
As angst over European security grows, why is Germany such a reluctant military power?
Germany - Anxious Giant June 12, 2017
As angst over European security grows, why is Germany such a reluctant military power?
Implicit Bias June 5, 2017
David Edmonds asks if we are unconsciously harbouring racist and sexist attitudes.
Implicit Bias June 5, 2017
David Edmonds asks if we are unconsciously harbouring racist and sexist attitudes.
Why is the UK such a generous global aid donor, and should it be? Jo Coburn investigates.
Why is the UK such a generous global aid donor, and should it be? Jo Coburn investigates.
What are the unwritten rules you must learn to get a top job?
What are the unwritten rules you must learn to get a top job?
Has Marine Le Pen succeeded in detoxifying the party founded by her father 40 years ago?