Labour has infused politics with youth – but the established order is not overthrown New Statesman, Professor Nick Pearce

Jeremy Corbyn has staged an unprecedented socialist revival
Financial Times, Professor Nick Pearce

Amber Rudd’s rise through Conservative ranks
Financial Times, comment by Professor Nick Pearce

Can the Labour party rise to the task of challenging Brexit?
New Statesman, Professor Nick Pearce

Labour’s weakness leaves the Tories free to do as they please
Financial Times, Professor Nick Pearce

Lord Rees talks existential threats and new technology
Inside Science, BBC Radio 4

Watching the doomsday clock together
Times Higher Education, Lord Rees

Lord Kerr discusses his thoughts on Brexit with the BBC and Sky News

The empire strikes back
New Statesman, Professors Nick Pearce and Michael Kenny

How the left should respond to the steady march of nationalism
New Statesman, Professor Nick Pearce

The political forecast for 2017? Economic precarity and social division
Wired, Professor Nick Pearce

Professor Sue Maguire's work with the Young Women's Trust is covered by The Independent and BBC News

Professor Roger Farmer discusses economic policy with Business Matters
BBC World Service

Dr Emma Carmel gives expert evidence on freedom of movement before the European Parliament
European Parliament News

Professor David Galbreath discusses the post-Brexit value of INTERPOL
BBC Scotland

Monetarist tools have failed to lift economies
Financial Times (Letters), Lord Eatwell

Kerslake warns May not to abandon English devolution
Financial Times, Lord Kerlsake

Money for nothing
BBC Radio 4, Nick Pearce

Labour is caught in a bind between its metropolitan and working-class heartlands
The Guardian, Nick Pearce