A new YouGov poll suggests how strong people think numerous factors were in causing Labour to lose the election.
Almost one year on from the referendum and talk of a second referendum persists. But the SNP should keep silent. For now.
In the Labour leadership election non Labour members can pay £3 as supporters to vote for the party's leader. In reality it's a bad idea.
A new Ipsos Mori poll indicates that the Conservatives are still on their ‘honeymoon’ period, following their shock majority win.
Scotland may have voted to remain in the UK, but a new report highlights that Scots favour much more devolution than on offer.
One issue has not been discussed by the Labour leadership candidates - electoral reform - could be back on the agenda. Here's why Labour should back change.
UKIP ended up with just one MP in May, but the party still has a role to play.
The former Labour chancellor, Alistair Darling, has backed Liz Kendall to take over from Ed Miliband.
A new YouGov poll suggests that people think the Conservatives know what they stand for, whilst Labour and the Lib Dems do not.
The Labour party, which is in the middle of a tight leadership contest, has gained its 250,000th member.
A new report puts an independent Scotland higher up the human development index table than the rest of the UK.
The phone connection is terrible, but I interview TV star Andrew Michael despite such interference and the noise from passing cars.
The UK is lopsided - politically speaking. An English parliament could go some way to correct this imbalance.
A new poll by YouGov indicates that the public is in favour of publicly run railways, as opposed to privately operated one.
On the 19th August, the anti-monarchy group, ‘Republic’ are holding a debate in relation to the referendum on the future of the monarchy in Scotland.
The country has no President but is UK politics becoming much more American?
The 2015 general election ‘Vote for policies’ website was launched on Thursday.
The electorate was unkind to Nick Clegg’s party, reducing them to just eight MPs, but in years to come how will Clegg be judged?
Nigel Farage’s party got an impressive 13% of the vote last month but failed to get even 2% in Scotland. Why?
Three weeks to go: not sure who to vote for? Help is at hand.
In the same week that the Prime Minister has said he will not debate without the Greens, a new YouGov poll suggests a huge majority favour the debates.
This past year has been a mixed one for the Conservatives. How will they do next year?
A new report by the Electoral Reform Society, ‘Open Up’, highlights the changes and challenges in British politics in the coming years.