Liz Truss blaming ‘trans activist’ for her failed stint as PM shows how detached she is from reality
The UK’s shortest-lived prime minister has claimed that she faced a “huge establishment backlash” during her short tenure.
To understand economics, pass on the PopCon and read PJ O’Rourke instead
The rise of anti-intellectualism is really about stymying debate and pushing the ruling class narrative
It would take 50 years to build the homes the UK needs under the government’s 300,000 annual target
So far, 220,000 homes a year is the closest the government has come to hitting its target. That won’t solve the UK’s 4.3 million-home void, think tank Centre for Cities finds