Historian David Olusoga explains why breakdown of social mobility is one of UK’s biggest issues
TV historian David Olusoga calls for urgent action to reverse increasing inequality as he launches new series on the history of the United Kingdom
Labour MP Chris Bryant felt ‘ashamed’ to be part of parliament when Boris Johnson was PM
Since 2020 the MP has chaired the Committees on Standards and Privileges, providing him with a front-row seat for one of the most chaotic and corrupt parliaments in living memory
What to expect from Liz Kendall as Keir Starmer’s controversial shadow work and pensions secretary
Liz Kendall is the new shadow minister for work and pensions, but what can we expect from the Labour MP in her new role in Keir Starmer’s close circle?