Consultation on the proposed boundary changes for parliamentary constituencies ends on 2 August, with the Conservatives looking to benefit
Recent anger over limited BBC Olympic coverage comes down to a deal done between the IOC and Discovery, and the Ofcom response
While freedom day has come and gone, the consequences of unlocking for England’s children are still going to be significant.
The decision to place France on the Amber Plus list, meaning double-vaccinated travellers will still have to quarantine, is baffling.
The government regularly demonstrates the difference between slogans and strategy. Slogans come thick and fast, the strategy is harder to see
You can spout racist abuse and fear people who are different, or be like Marcus Rashford – support equality and make a difference
The new unitary authorities in North Yorkshire represent the easiest option, with little creativity, but some benefits for Yorkshire.
The government’s obesity strategy is rooted in a culture of ‘fatphobia’, of which the prime minister is as much a victim as anyone.
Cummings engaged in a marathon battle on Twitter yesterday afternoon as he attempted to brush over the Northern Ireland protocol disaster
As Johnson marks the first two years of his chaotic and increasingly scary premiership, many Conservatives may be regretting their choice
Lord Frost has proposed a command plan as an attempt to resolve issues surrounding the Northern Ireland protocol.
What will the Johnson government will stand for? What is ‘Johnsonism’ and is it more than just a vacuous slogan?
A new paper by Unlock Democracy asks why the UK is one of the most centralised countries in the world and what we can do to change it.
What do recent election results tell us about Labour’s chances of returning to power?
What do recent election results tell us about Labour’s chances of returning to power? This article, the first in a two-part series, will focus on the first of those categories: audience. Who does Labour need to reach out to? Which parts of the British electorate should be prioritised?
As both Johnson and Sunak attempt to avoid self-isolation caused by contact with Sajid Javid, what message does it send to the country?
Photographers and editors that obtained and published photos of Mrs Hancock broke the Editors Code of Practice as they did not respect her privacy, and harassed her.
While Johnson has overpromised on levelling up, plans to cut universal credit are only going to leave the country’s poorest further behind.
The sole focus of the bill now is how to reduce the number of refugees in the UK (26,903 last year), deport as many as the UK can, and prevent those crossing the channel by small boat (8,500 last year) from remaining in the UK.
What role could a ministry of culture play when it comes to the internet, and should this be a state responsibility?
Dr John Elsom outlines the importance of a ministry of culture, to sustain the institutions and potentially regulate the processes of culture
Burnham’s intervention at the Public Administration & Constitutional Affairs Committee laid the groundwork for devolution in Yorkshire and beyond
The racism experienced after the Euros football final has put Britain to shame: our nation can do better and shouldn’t indulge its worst demons.
As someone who’s now stood three times for the Green Party at general elections, I was genuinely pleased when I woke up on Friday morning to discover that Kim Leadbeater had won the Batley and Spen by-election for Labour. Just as I was also genuinely pleased when the Lib Dem Sarah Green won in Chesham […]
A number of rebellions threaten to disrupt Boris Johnsons’ legislative agenda, and show the deep divisions still in his party.
Batley and Spen showed the importance of the work of progressive alliances in rallying the anti-Conservative vote, Lord Newby writes.
As the Northern Ireland Protocol is attacked by its architects, sensitivity, not megaphone diplomacy, is needed for peace.
As Jonathan Bartley steps down from the Green party leadership, what should leadership mean in politics, and who we should look to.
Lord Frost, architect of the Northern Ireland protocol, has warned it faces a series of “rolling crises” unless a “new balance” is negotiated in the way the protocol operates.
What are the prospects for Scotland to re-join the EU? How difficult would it be? Graham Avery discusses the benefits and consequences