Some big names are lining up to attack the government over a broken manifesto pledge.
Comments by Boris Johnson about Muslim women were considered 'insensitive' but not Islamophobic.
Located in the region that delivered Boris Johnson a majority in 2019, the Labour leader needs to send a strong message by holding onto this seat.
Religious voters have long, historical ties to particular parties, but the changing nature of politics is shifting their allegiances.
Long-overdue changes are afoot in Britain's bus networks.
The UK government intends to make intentional trespass on private land a criminal offence.
Despite Boris Johnson's newfound enthusiasm for offshore wind farms, the UK risks going backwards on wind power capacity.
Even a highly popular and respected leader can lose an election, writes a historian – especially if they don't have a plan for the future. Churchill was one of them.
Initially spoken of as a puppet chancellor, the newcomer seems to be coming out better from this crisis than other ministers.
If the Tories do go liberal on pot, they should learn the lessons from the regulation of tobacco and alcohol.
Labour's leadership election is about to enter its final phase – but will the winner command the support of MPs?
People who support Brexit want different results from the UK's departure from the EU – and they can't all get what they want.
When you look at what the PM is up against, the Brexit trade negotiations might almost seem like light relief.
There is speculation over what the PM actually needs to do to hold on to his new voters.
A flawed approach on both sides of the British political divide.
The general election 2019 has delivered a seismic shift in the balance of British politics.
Our panel of experts analyse the results of the British election.
From Brexit and Labour's future to Britain's new political battlegrounds, here's the expert lowdown on what Boris Johnson's predicted landslide win means.
Boris Johnson wants to leave by the end of January 2020 and hopes to have a trade deal agreed within a year.
When Stanley Baldwin called an election in December 1923, the outcome was unintended, unexpected and enduring.