KARIN SMYTH MP: Let’s say it how it is. Private schools are holding our communities back.
SARAH SACKMAN: Danny Dorling brings a geographer’s eye to the study of inequality but is never overly wonky.
STEPHANIE SNOW: When it was created the NHS transformed access to healthcare for the poor and working classes. In 2018, people across our country remain committed to the values and principles which have informed it throughout its history.
JIM MCMAHON MP: More than one fifth of the UK’s population live in poverty. The poverty premium means those people often pay more.
A gulf has opened up between our politicians and many of those they represent. LUKE JOHN DAVIES looks at how social democracy was gentrified.
KATE MURRAY: Class structures and prejudices seem almost as strong now as they did after the second world war.