Labour and Conservatives share a desire to wean the UK off a dependency on migrant labour.
Linguistic analysis shows that activists and politicians have very different messages when it comes to the environment.
The gravity of the current situation is obscuring a less visible crisis – a failure of political imagination
One in seven respondents believed the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack were ‘crisis actors’.
Matt Hancock’s controversial appearance on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here raises important questions on the true purpose of MPs.
Star Wars is full of interesting and relevant lessons for the leader of a country (or galaxy) in turmoil.
Polling only provides a snapshot of the current moment but modelling across decades can help us predict the next election result.
Anthony Albanese exhibits many of the traits of previous successful Australian prime ministers.
He’s the third prime minister to take office since the last election and
Sunak is the first person of colour to take the top post. But he faces a host of problems at home, as well as a Conservative Party tearing itself apart.
Sunak’s grandparents were born in India before travelling to East Africa, where his parents were born.
It has been a short but very eventful journey to the top for a man who has only been in parliament since 2015.
Rishi Sunak is taking over as UK prime minister from Liz Truss during very difficult economic times.
Many still speculate about what George Canning would have achieved had he not died 119 days into his premiership.
The law says MPs have to vote in favour of holding an election – and with the Conservatives facing huge losses, there’s little chance of them wanting one.
It is time for the Conservative Party to have a cup of tea, a Bex and good lie down.
The runners and riders in 2022’s second Conservative party leadership race.
The shortest serving prime minister in British history ran into trouble even before taking office.
When government whips turned a vote on fracking into a vote of confidence in the government, confusion ensued.
After years of testing the limits of British democracy, the government finally got a taste of its own medicine when Labour used a parliamentary mechanism to lay Tory divisions bare.