H&P encourages historians to use their expertise to shed light on issues of the day. If you are interested in submitting an opinion piece for publication, please see our editorial guidelines. We currently have 251 Opinion Articles listed by date and they are all freely searchable by theme, author or keyword.
Ann Lyon explores the historical implications of the recent revelations regarding Archbishop Justin Welby's paternity.
Linda Risso laments the lack of historians engaging in defence policy issues.
As the Tata Steel controversy continues, Bleddyn Penny looks at the historic role the steel industry has played in shaping Port Talbot's community.
Sarah Roddy, Julie-Marie Strange & Bertrand Taithe suggest that recent controversies surrounding charitable fundraising may have their historical precedents in Victorian and Edwardian England.
N. C. Fleming argues that the recent Conservative backbench revolt on Sunday Trading Laws is indicative of the party's historic identification with Christianity.
Prof. Robert Tombs offers an historical explanation of Britain's uneasy relationship with European integration.
Dr Evan Smith examines the history of the use - and misuse - of the "No Platform" policy
Rather than unilaterally imposing new taxes on the wealthy, Isabela Mares and Didac Queralt argue that history shows income tax has previously been used to keep them on board.
David Thackeray looks at the historical context of the 1975 EEC referendum and asks what lessons pollsters and civil servants can learn from it.
Stephanie Cronin revisits her earlier policy paper and asks what progress has been made with Afghanistan's armed forces?
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