The Democrats can afford to be complacent – the comprehensive failure of the Republicans to reach out has left black American voters with nowhere else to go
More jobs, tax cuts, a higher minimum wage – we should be proud of all these measures and more.
Away from the playgrounds of the prosperous, “tattoo-parlour Britain” is very much today’s Britain
New data suggests that 95 per cent of Americans are better off than their British equivalents. That is unlikely to prompt the response it should.
An intriguing argument for ‘trickle-up’ economics
The key battleground for the twenty-first century won’t be an arms race; it will be an education race.
My party seeks to build an economy which works for the many, not for the few.
The advocates of wealth taxation have overlooked both the impracticality and the immorality of their proposals
The fact that the top one per cent are paying so much Income Tax these days only serves to highlight the long-term growth in their share of our national income