Research has long suggested that women shift left on a generational basis, but we think something else is happening here.
The latest findings from the British Social Attitudes survey suggest younger voters appear to have little faith that public spending will be directed their way.
The show is being rebroadcast for a new generation and is more educational and political than it might have first appeared.
The plight of those who felt compelled to leave when that reality ended is often overlooked.
Today, as in the past, pro-car sentiment is a backlash against nascent environmental protest.
With his own MPs blocking his every policy, Sunak doesn’t appear able to get much done.
By focusing on the disruption caused by Just Stop Oil, politicians avoid having to talk about the substance of their argument.
The reality is that cooperation has deepened, but one side seems reluctant to acknowledge that with a formal deal.
Research found people were not confident about the government’s leadership in meeting net zero.
The opposition is divided over whether it will win over voters by promising more public investment or by proving it is economically restrained.
An argument over London’s ultra low emissions zone threatens to engulf UK politics.
Support for the Voice to Parliament continues to slide - but there are some small glimmers of hope for the “yes” campaign.
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.
Rhun ap Iorwerth replaced Adam Price as Plaid Cymru leader.
Politicians like Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman act as a symbol of diversity while advocating for policies that harm minority ethnic groups.
The illegal migration bill makes much of the Nationality and Borders Act redundant.
Banks in the UK have to conduct extra checks on people more at risk of blackmail – and an easier option is sometimes just to say no to giving them and account.
Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer have both faced inquiries and reports – one for antisemitism and one for racism in the Labour party.
Boris Johnson’s controversial resignation honours list has prompted fresh debates around reforming the UK’s unelected upper house.