Tola Onanuga / December 9, 2019
As the collection of health data becomes more common, the only effective pressure to keep it safe may come from patients
Marie Le Conte / December 9, 2019
As voters become increasingly inured to repeated e-mails from political parties, flirtatious subject lines have become a popular way to get more clicks—whatever the cost to our hearts
Stephanie Boland / December 9, 2019
Although the evidence suggests a poor polling day forecast doesn't impact turnout, cold-weather canvassing has proved tricky for some activists. So does it matter?
Paul Hilder / December 8, 2019
I’ve used a vast data set to map the battleground which can still make—or break—Boris Johnson’s dreams of a Brexit majority
Emily Tamkin / December 6, 2019
The former law professor and senator has a plan for everything, including taking on billionaires and reforming the US electoral college. But can she win it?
Cas Mudde / December 6, 2019
It is the hollowed-out condition of the “mainstream” parties which allows the shrill, noisy and wealthy to dominate. In 2020, we should repoliticise politics
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Martin Boon / December 5, 2019
New Deltapoll research goes beyond asking how many voters think something, and instead reveals how much they care
Hannah Copeland / December 5, 2019
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