More byelections could be on the way.
Geographical happenstance became a matter of national identity in imperial times and is now a handy rhetorical device for Brexit enthusiasts.
Boris Johnson’s controversial resignation honours list has prompted fresh debates around reforming the UK’s unelected upper house.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2022 has some sobering data for the UK government.
Our research highlights three key reasons for declining trust in experts, and how to regain their authority in future.
Despite his legal troubles, the former president maintains a healthy lead in the race for the Republican nomination.
Those who seek power for the sake of power are less attracted to high office when more people get a say.
The privileges process is a vital part of the British constitution so what the committee investigating Johnson decides matters for future precedent, even if he is gone.
The House of Commons committee of privileges has called for the former prime minister to be barred from having a former member’s pass, and with good reason.
It’s very rare to see a former PM stand in a byelection – but less so to see a future PM give it a go.
The former prime minister has claimed a small group of MPs has forced him out but that’s not an accurate description of events.
Baroness Hallett says she should be the one to decide which government messages are relevant to her inquiry, but is she right?
Charisma matters in elections campaigns, as a study carried out just before the 2019 election shows.
Why are governments so rarely seen as being responsible for creating the conditions that allow asylum seeker tragedies to occur?
A law making its way through parliament that would grant widespread immunity from prosecution for people accused of crimes during the Troubles.
The former prime minister insists gatherings with wine were essential work meetings.
The newest class of right-wing populists aims to not only dismantle the guardrails of democracy, but also the most fundamental principles of the rule of law. We must prepare.
Johnson claims he didn’t know pandemic rules were broken when parties were held in Downing Street.
The former prime minister repeatedly calculates that voters don’t care about his rule breaking. But that is not necessarily true.
It’s rare to have quite so many former PMs and first ministers still in parliament.