The result sends a message to Keir Starmer about Labour’s relationship with Muslim voters.
Extremists benefit when we use euphemisms that confer on them an air of legitimacy.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has suspended the MP over his comments about Sadiq Khan but has conspicuously failed to acknowledge the Islamophobia at the heart of the scandal.
There is no manual for a job at the top of government but a few golden rules are largely agreed upon by those who have experienced ministerial life.
Ahead of the Dunkley byelection on March 2, Labor takes a hit in key polls, but Anthony Albanese’s personal approval is still ahead of Peter Dutton’s.
When parliament blocked a radical MP from taking his seat in parliament, Burke warned that ignoring the people’s democratic will could have disastrous consequences.
Instead of voting on a ceasefire, the House of Commons descended into furious arguments between MPs and the speaker.
Disillusioned Conservative voters have had a string of opportunities to make their voices heard.
Just as the UK looks set to return to grown up politics, everyone else is installing radicals.
Youtube ads are money well spent – but smart campaigns will also target Twitch and Mumsnet.
Keir Starmer’s flagship climate change pledge has already been cut back significantly since 2021.
Northern Ireland has been without a government since the executive collapsed in February 2022.
The Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales acknowledges each option requires UK government involvement.
The number of constituencies across the UK will remain the same but the vast majority will be redrawn to make them more balanced.
Ramsay MacDonald was Labour’s first ever PM but he ended up being booted out of the party he helped found.
In an uncertain world our natural instinct is to seek out answers that reassure, even when they don’t make sense.
The victims of the Horizon scandal had no political constituency and served no existing partisan debate.
Years of political turbulence, economic shocks and the failure to ‘level up’ as pledged have turned English devolution into a key political and constitutional issue
John Major admitted to be too thin-skinned when his government started to crumble.
There are reasons to hold off until the autumn – but there are other clues that still point towards May.