A lie is halfway around the world before the truth gets its trousers on.
When you look at what the PM is up against, the Brexit trade negotiations might almost seem like light relief.
The hand that taps ‘remove from this group’ is the hand that rules the world.
There is speculation over what the PM actually needs to do to hold on to his new voters.
Only 2% of children have the skills needed to identify a credible news story.
The good news is that one party has more women than men now. The bad news is it’s not the party of government.
There were some ominous sounds coming out of the election campaign about what the Conservatives might have planned for the UK’s public broadcaster.
Centrists are at loggerheads with the left. They’re both right about what went wrong and that’s a problem.
What Boris Johnson’s victory means for US-UK relations.
It wasn’t the ‘Sun wot won it’, but the partisanship of the UK press made the Conservatives’ task a great deal easier.
A large majority gives the prime minister freedom to dramatically alter the machinary of the nation.
In the US, some federal departments become known as ‘turkey farms’ – stuffed with loyal but ultimately useless political appointees.
The leadership insists the manifesto was not the problem in 2019 – but are they sure?
A chorus of politicians are once again calling for electoral reform after the UK’s 2019 election.
While Johnson brings a modicum of certainty about the UK’s direction of travel – out of the EU – its future beyond 2020 remains uncertain.
With historical strongholds lost to the Conservatives, some introspection is needed.
What lay behind Team Corbyn’s woeful campaign.
Reforms are set to continue in the same direction as before.
The election means Britain will Leave the European Union by January 31 under Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, which was blocked by the previous parliament.
Johnson is back at No 10- but British voters may be in for a rude shock when they realise his is a much tougher and more conservative agenda than many believe.