PENNY ANDREWS: Whether they like gardening, sport or jam-making, politicians should be recognised for the real people they are.
LIZ PERETZ: A recent local scandal around the NHS PET-CT scanner service showed how small private contracts can cause large scale damage to the NHS.
CHAITANYA KUMAR: We cannot turn a blind eye to rising intolerance in India.
CLARE HYMER: For decades in the global north, environmentalism has been framed as a white, middle-class preoccupation. This framing couldn’t be further from the truth.
CAT HOBBS: To tackle the disaster of water privatisation and learn the lessons of the old models of public ownership, we need new forms of ownership and oversight,
MICHELLE STANISTREET: Press freedom is under attack around the world. The next Labour government should back a new UN convention on the protection of journalists and media professionals.