The prime minister’s pledge to bring integrity to public office could become a stick to beat him with – just like ‘back to basics’ became for John Major.
What is ‘careless behaviour’ in relation to UK tax and in what other ways can people fall foul of HMRC?
Figuring out how jigsaw pieces fit together by visualising moving them in your mind is an example of using spatial skills.
Workers have gradually lost all powers to take industrial action when they feel conditions are unfair.
While UK inflation could drop again in 2023, there is a lot of work to do to support the country’s economy.
The strikes (minimum service levels) bill making its way through parliament potentially means employers can block named workers from taking industrial action.
Extending the existing core maths qualification could help improve numeracy.
An influential group of the UK prime minister’s own backbenchers want more wind farms.
Charles Michel, president of the European Council, will meet the Chinese leader at a time of tension over European and US relations with Beijing.
When the rot sets in, past governments have found it hard to win back the public.
Sunak and Hunt may hope for some normality after the budget, but markets may not be so content with the details.
The gravity of the current situation is obscuring a less visible crisis – a failure of political imagination
Star Wars is full of interesting and relevant lessons for the leader of a country (or galaxy) in turmoil.
The PM will be notably missing from the COP27 leaders summit in Egypt early next week. Chris Bowen, minister for climate change and energy, will represent Australia later in the conference.
Polling only provides a snapshot of the current moment but modelling across decades can help us predict the next election result.
Anthony Albanese exhibits many of the traits of previous successful Australian prime ministers.
Shakespeare often portrayed crises of legitimacy and reflected on the politics of his day but the Tories might not fare so well in a modern production.
Sunak is the first person of colour to take the top post. But he faces a host of problems at home, as well as a Conservative Party tearing itself apart.
Sunak’s grandparents were born in India before travelling to East Africa, where his parents were born.
It has been a short but very eventful journey to the top for a man who has only been in parliament since 2015.