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.

Has Marine Le Pen succeeded in detoxifying the party founded by her father 40 years ago?
Why is liberal, tolerant Netherlands home to a major anti-immigration, anti- Islamic party?
Why is liberal, tolerant Netherlands home to a major anti-immigration, anti- Islamic party?
Could a second referendum on Scottish independence yield a different result?
Could a second referendum on Scottish independence yield a different result?
What makes us change our mind when it comes to elections?
What makes us change our mind when it comes to elections?
Rosie Campbell examines the bias that voters bring to the ballot box.
Rosie Campbell examines the bias that voters bring to the ballot box.
Tim Whewell asks why populist Western politicians want warmer relations with Russia.
Tim Whewell asks why populist Western politicians want warmer relations with Russia.
Is Talent a Thing? Feb. 13, 2017
Why it could be counter-productive to hire by talent, and what to look for instead.
Is Talent a Thing? Feb. 13, 2017
Why it could be counter-productive to hire by talent, and what to look for instead.
How Not to Do It Feb. 6, 2017
Jacqui Smith reveals why one of New Labour's most cherished sentencing reforms failed.
How Not to Do It Feb. 6, 2017
Jacqui Smith reveals why one of New Labour's most cherished sentencing reforms failed.
Atom Man Jan. 30, 2017
The journey of an American 'cold warrior' from nuclear deterrence to nuclear disarmament.
Atom Man Jan. 30, 2017
The journey of an American 'cold warrior' from nuclear deterrence to nuclear disarmament.
Hospital Trust? Jan. 23, 2017
Is public affection for the NHS preventing it from becoming fit for the future?
Hospital Trust? Jan. 23, 2017
Is public affection for the NHS preventing it from becoming fit for the future?
How political forces in other countries will shape any future UK-EU deal.