You might think you're unbiased - but the general election should make you think again.
The centrist strategy that worked for New Labour won't work for the party going forward.
Nearly 10,000 people have joined the Lib Dems this week, showing how regret spurs us into action.
A cabinet reshuffle has reflected the standing of the Chancellor after a successful campaign. The hope will be that the flexibility that got him here continues.
More women and a great ethnic mix but parliament still doesn't fully reflect the British public.
Did anyone tell you this was the "most unpredictable election in years"? There's a reason for that.
Scotland's pre-eminent historian analyses the road ahead for Scotland and the United Kingdom.
Party leader sees resignation rejected as the EU referendum approaches.
Gains for the Tories and obliteration for the Lib Dems as councils are selected — sound familiar?
Parliamentary log-jam, unwilling backbenchers and Conservative preference for first-past-the-post make reform unlikely.
Labour needs to focus on leadership, policies and image, if it's to bounce back.
Too often, we think of "democracy" as what happens during an election campaign – but it goes much deeper than that.
Now that he commands a majority government, what might Cameron's demands to the EU be and what's his worst nightmare?
The two epochal fights that will define Cameron's second term are coming into view – and he's starting to feel the pinch of a tiny majority.
How did others in Europe cover the election and the surprising results?
Top dogs held over, old debts repaid, Boris pending – Cameron's fantasy cabinet covers all the bases.
There were two winners on Thursday night and they may well find themselves on a collision course in the new parliament.
Why it is hard to escape the shortcomings of the first-past-the-post electoral process in the UK.
Ed Miliband’s many Blairite critics have formed an orderly queue to tell us why he lost.
The man who stayed cool when the exit poll was completely at odds with what every other poll was saying.
Three parties must now choose new leaders. Labour has a number of candidates jockeying for position.
The Lib Dems had just five seats in the 1950s – their eight remaining MPs should take heart.
Britain is divided with the SNP landslide in Scotland and Conservative majority in England – and their economic policies are polar opposites.
This was supposed to be the "social media election" but in the end it was those who moved beyond horse-race journalism, on whatever platform, who excelled.
Some people's dreams just came true in Northern Ireland – but did the UK-wide result shatter them?