After years of tumult in the ruling Conservative party, Labour looks set to take office. But it is no sure bet, and could be off the back of a large scale disaffection from the wider public.
The Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales acknowledges each option requires UK government involvement.
Years of political turbulence, economic shocks and the failure to ‘level up’ as pledged have turned English devolution into a key political and constitutional issue
Catalonia and post-Brexit U.K. illustrate the dangers of separatism and divisive rhetoric. Both Alberta and Ottawa must act to address western alienation and prevent a catastrophic scenario.
Prepping is fast becoming mainstream, but new government advice fails to address inequality, and could cause division between the haves and have-nots.
Sunak recently attacked ‘30 years of the status quo’ and promptly appointed a man who governed for six of those years to his top team.
Jem Bendell encourages us to think about societal collapse in ways that are ‘profound and startlingly original’, with the potential to birth whole new social movements, says Tom Doig.
Once upon a time, questioning the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU was effectively taboo. But times have changed and the public might be more on board than before.
Science works better when barriers to collaboration are removed, say experts.
The plight of those who felt compelled to leave when that reality ended is often overlooked.
The UK and EU moved in lockstep over edible insect regulation until Brexit, but that has changed in recent years.
The mention of the Falklands/Malvinas territorial dispute in an EU document shows that, post-Brexit, Brussels no longer feels beholden to toe the UK’s line on sovereignty.
The government in England is promoting apprenticeships rather than “rip-off” university degrees.
The reality is that cooperation has deepened, but one side seems reluctant to acknowledge that with a formal deal.
Geographical happenstance became a matter of national identity in imperial times and is now a handy rhetorical device for Brexit enthusiasts.
Does this mean everyone has cheered up about Brexit?
Our research highlights three key reasons for declining trust in experts, and how to regain their authority in future.
Cities are where solutions are found – but also where perils are amplified when we fail to act.
The UK leader’s visit to the US comes amid trouble at home, with low ratings for his Conservative Party. But don’t expect much joy for Sunak on trade or Northern Ireland.
It will take a lot of strategic ingenuity to fight the rise of populism. And it will get harder to do so as politicians rig the game with rules designed to reduce voting.