The SNP are set to lose a seat in a vote triggered by a COVID scandal. But this is not one of their safer seats at the best of times.
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 UK Labour Party used to radically advocate for common ownership. But as private wealth in Britain benefits from ever greater tax breaks, anti-inequality sentiment is waning.
Labour has promised to extend access rights enjoyed in Scotland to the rest of Britain.
The opposition is divided over whether it will win over voters by promising more public investment or by proving it is economically restrained.
Rhun ap Iorwerth replaced Adam Price as Plaid Cymru leader.
Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer have both faced inquiries and reports – one for antisemitism and one for racism in the Labour party.
Keir Starmer pledges to end new UK oil and gas exploration – an expert’s take on why this is the right move.
Labour would still honour existing licenses to drill for fossil fuels.
Ed Davey is haunted by his party’s experiences in government with the Conservatives – but there’s a key difference this time around.
Labour strategists seem determined to cast Starmer as the sensible ‘adult in the room’, but in order to win lost areas he needs to be much more radical than that.
A new book analyses the Labour politician’s prolific political writing.
Not a knockout blow but important gains for the opposition.
There’s a lot to play for in the final big electoral test before the next national vote, especially in northern regions where Labour hopes to make a comeback.
Newcomers have in fact proven much more successful at running as independents than big name politicians.
Beyond the ethical questions raised by an ad suggesting the prime minister doesn’t believe in sending sex offenders to prison is the matter of whether such negative campaigning even works.
He’s a man on five missions but he’ll need to learn from his predecessors to lead Labour back to power after over a decade out of it.
Peter Obi is leading a ‘third force’ that might spring surprises in Nigeria’s presidential election.
An expert on Nigerian political history explains why the 2023 elections are unique and critical.
An expert in the circus in literature and culture explains the root of its resonance as a political metaphor – and why circus performers object to it.