Steve Bloomfield / November 21, 2019
The Liberal Democrats' foreign policy proposals are vague, patchy—and oddly familiar...
Theo Bertram / November 20, 2019
It was a rumbustious political knockabout but neither man came out clearly on top
Tola Onanuga / November 20, 2019
At a time when research shows social media users struggle to distinguish between fake and real information, stunts like the "FactcheckUK" rebrand are nothing less than irresponsible
Emma Burnell / November 20, 2019
Johnson says that the process will be over and done with in just a year. But if that's the case, why won't he discuss what comes next?
Rachel Sylvester / November 19, 2019
Unlike the Labour leader, the PM has no potential coalition partners left
Charlotte Lydia Riley / November 19, 2019
It's comforting to imagine political blunders are actually acts of strategic cunning. But accusing news stories of being "dead cats" can do more harm than good
Chaminda Jayanetti / November 19, 2019
Among all the complexity of who survives and who doesn't, one thing is clear: the parties need a better process for examining, and approving, candidates
Polly Rippon / November 18, 2019
It's not just about increasing the amount of funding allocated. It's about whether that allocation meets need
Stephen Fisher / November 18, 2019
Polls have their problems. But don’t buy into the panic about local variation making the result impossible to call. If we can only gauge the national vote share, explains a member of the exit poll...
Always Christmas and never winter: why we should resist the high street's early start to the festive season
Grace Holliday / November 18, 2019
It's not Christmas yet—so why is half the high street already acting as if it is?