Paul McNamee

Sunak should meet people hit by floods – but maybe he doesn’t want to get his Sambas wet
Paul McNamee

Sunak should meet people hit by floods – but maybe he doesn’t want to get his Sambas wet

The prime minister’s distraction tactics are increasingly see-through

If the Tories really are toast, the new Labour government must be bold
Paul McNamee

If the Tories really are toast, the new Labour government must be bold

We are in the era of absurdity in public life. If Labour are given a chance to break this cycle, they mustn’t waste the opportunity

Story of the island with more Easter eggs than people tells us we need relatable joy – wherever we find it
Paul McNamee

Story of the island with more Easter eggs than people tells us we need relatable joy – wherever we find it

With warnings of a mental health crisis on the horizon and a government unwilling to tackle it, let’s enjoy life’s lighter moments when we can

After Jeremy Hunt’s clash with James Dyson, I have an idea that could fix the political vacuum
Paul McNamee

After Jeremy Hunt’s clash with James Dyson, I have an idea that could fix the political vacuum

Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget ignored our national shame – the crisis of unsafe housing
Paul McNamee

Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget ignored our national shame – the crisis of unsafe housing

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The online world is bad for us – it’s official
Paul McNamee

The online world is bad for us – it’s official

The government’s mobile phone crackdown in schools doesn’t ring true
Paul McNamee

The government’s mobile phone crackdown in schools doesn’t ring true

The roots of NHS decay can’t be hidden by soundbite veneers
Paul McNamee

The roots of NHS decay can’t be hidden by soundbite veneers

In Northern Ireland’s government, anything could happen
Paul McNamee

In Northern Ireland’s government, anything could happen

When everything’s gone to the dogs, Rishi Sunak could turn to man’s best friend
Paul McNamee

When everything’s gone to the dogs, Rishi Sunak could turn to man’s best friend

How many times is it acceptable for a one-year-old to be hospitalised due to a mould-ridden home?
Paul McNamee

How many times is it acceptable for a one-year-old to be hospitalised due to a mould-ridden home?

Mr Bates vs The Post Office and the primetime push for justice
Paul McNamee

Mr Bates vs The Post Office and the primetime push for justice

The Monster Raving Loony Party are making more sense than their rivals. No, seriously
Paul McNamee

The Monster Raving Loony Party are making more sense than their rivals. No, seriously

Was that a cabinet reshuffle or just Rishi Sunak shuffling deckchairs?
Paul McNamee

Was that a cabinet reshuffle or just Rishi Sunak shuffling deckchairs?

The NHS is in crisis – and time is not on its side
Paul McNamee

The NHS is in crisis – and time is not on its side

As war rages, music forces us to confront political complexity. We mustn’t look away
Music

As war rages, music forces us to confront political complexity. We mustn’t look away

Mick Jagger might give away his fortune. Imagine what a windfall tax on oil states could do instead
Paul McNamee

Mick Jagger might give away his fortune. Imagine what a windfall tax on oil states could do instead

Doctors’ strikes are a matter of life and death for some. Why does Westminster allow them to drag on?
Paul McNamee

Doctors’ strikes are a matter of life and death for some. Why does Westminster allow them to drag on?

Eminem, Ramaswamy, and the slim pickings from shady politicians
Paul McNamee

Eminem, Ramaswamy, and the slim pickings from shady politicians

If we want the UK to be an education powerhouse, we must abandon old-school thinking
Paul McNamee

If we want the UK to be an education powerhouse, we must abandon old-school thinking

Fifth force opens up a universe of possibilities
Paul McNamee

Fifth force opens up a universe of possibilities

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Trust is vital for the renaissance of news
Opinion

Trust is vital for the renaissance of news

We must trust our universal basic instinct
Paul McNamee

We must trust our universal basic instinct

The desire for Scottish independence is not going away
Paul McNamee

The desire for Scottish independence is not going away

Bowie thrived on chaos, but this government’s mess is something else
Opinion

Bowie thrived on chaos, but this government’s mess is something else