Columbia, after 52 years of civil war, has voted against a peace agreement via referendum and could have tragic consequences. How will this affect progress, and what does this say about direct democracy at large?
The reasons for Trump's support are vast and complex; the supporters themselves are no different reports Sarah in Philadelphia.
The decades long dispute between India and Pakistan over the border land of Kashmir is not a well known conflict in the West. Chris Sinclair explains its significance.
Live polling and fresh research with Young People's Politics academic Ben Bowman.
A member of the Salisbury CLP visited this year's dramatic Labour Party conference as delegate. Here's what he made of it.
We discussed social mobility, school reforms and wind turbines with Education Select Committee Chair Neil Carmichael MP.
by Dan Payne So Jeremy Corbyn has stamped his membership mandate on to the Labour Party once again by increasing his share of the vote from last year’s 60pc to 62pc last weekend. This is not the shock result his victory was last September—it is instead a consolidation of authority. Anti-Corbyn moderates in the party … Continue reading This could be the end for Labour, but it doesn’t have to be
Tory backbencher Desmond Swayne MP discusses Brexit, democracy and his insights into party leadership.
On the 21st July 2016 Michael Heseltine spoke at the annual Edward Heath Arundells Association lecture, on a broad range of topics, discussing parallels between Heath’s premiership in the 1970s and the current political climate. The former Deputy Prime Minister in Major’s government, cabinet minister under Thatcher and staunch Europhile also discussed Brexit...
A short introduction to this year's blog.