June General Election
Quickly nicknamed "the dementia tax," May's social care plan was unpopular. But the wobbly way she executed her swerve on the policy will do her no favours
"There are various ideas the UK might borrow from its neighbours in Europe"
Can Kate Hoey, a prominent Brexiteer, hold on to her seat when her constituents overwhelmingly voted “Remain”?
Chris Hanretty / May 16, 2017
Where the incumbent MP backed EU membership last year, Ukip is twice as likely to field someone
Ellie Mae O'Hagan / May 15, 2017
Many policies in its manifesto have public support
Martha Gill / May 15, 2017
Remains of the day
Helen Pidd / May 15, 2017
Away from the biggest cities, the north can no longer be relied on to deliver landslide Labour victories—or even narrow ones
The ninth edition of Prospect's monthly podcast
The PM now leads “The Conservative and Ukip Party”