This was not the plan. Not the plan at all.
The parliamentary year looks set to be focused on Brexit, and with battles ahead, Theresa May has backed out of a flurry of planned legislation.
Our whole system of political campaigning needs a reboot.
Leading isn't all about charisma, but when you're not seen as competent either, you're in big trouble.
Cracking down on extremism online won’t solve the problem of extremist violence, will inevitably censor speech that's important to protect and risks harming political dissidents and democracy itself.
Britain's shock election and its surprising result allows us to see a relay between visual media, the online world and the political one we live in.
Predictable politics was in need of a shake-up.
Who are the 'macho boasting idiots' now?
The stability of Theresa May's administration depends on several variables.
History tells us that having a sidekick at Number 10 can be invaluable for a prime minister in trouble.
The British prime minister threw away a monumental poll lead and is now hanging on by a thread.
This is not the first time a Westminster government has needed support from unionists.
Theresa May is to rely on support from Northern Ireland's biggest party in order to survive as a minority government. But that help doesn't come for free.
If there's political will, Britain could retain its membership of the single market – or it could crash out without a deal.
Analysis of what went wrong for Theresa May and what went right for Jeremy Corbyn in the last episode of our election analysis podcast.
A new generation of workers has underpinned a successful election for Jeremy Corbyn. But can they be harnessed to recreate the power of the poll tax protests?
The stunning UK election result – a hung parliament – may be another sign of the rise of 'anti-politics', particularly among the young.
UK voters delivered a devastating blow to the prime minister, who combined a populist message with her party's traditional economic policies. She may now face a power struggle.
In bringing out the youth vote, Labour has changed the rules of the game. Where next is anyone's guess.
The Conservatives are still the largest party, but how long can they hold onto power after spectacular miscalculation?