The UK currently uses the first-past-the-post voting system to elect members of parliament. FPTP is long outdated, but what could replace the current system?
Japan goes to the polls on Sunday. What is there to know?
The assertion, by press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, sent shockwaves through the White House briefing room.
Sebastian Kurz looks set to become the next chancellor of Austria. How old were Britain’s modern leaders when they entered office?
Plaid Cymru’s Leanne Wood plans to lead her party into the 2021 Welsh Assembly election, but who could replace her if she steps down before then?
Johnson is often touted as a future prime minister, but what do the betting markets say about his future?
Theresa May was in her customary position around the table in Brussels.
The Labour MP Clive Lewis has apologised for using a misogynist phrase at a Labour party conference fringe event last month after being criticised by several prominent female colleagues.
The Bank of England needs to improve “diversity at the most senior levels”, according to a letter written today to the chancellor by the influential head of the Treasury Select Committee, Nicky Morgan.
The latest Survation poll puts Jeremy Corbyn’s party a striking six points ahead of Theresa May’s.
UKIP's shift towards economic collectivism, away from their traditional Libertarian roots, will leave Douglas Carswell regretting his recent defection.
Tuesday’s YouGov poll for the Sun puts the Greens in fourth place in the polls on 8%, whilst Nick Clegg’s party are on 6%.
A new YouGov poll for the Sunday Times indicates that a coalition deal would be preferred to a minority government.
Speaking on his YouTube show, the Trews, the comedian turned political commentator-activist said that people should back Labour in parts of the UK.
A new YouGov poll suggests that people are strongly in favour of increasing the NMW to the Living Wage.
Port Talbot’s derelict Plaza Cinema is a boarded-up patchwork of neglect and decay. Even the colourful murals, which adorn the exterior, of the town’s most famous sons – Michael Sheen, Richard Burton and Sir Anthony Hopkins – cannot conceal the broken windows and soot-smudged facade of this once-loved building.
Staying in the European Union is in the best interests of Britain, with the referendum campaign a chance to push for more public ownership of local services, Jeremy Corbyn will say on Saturday.
The president of the European commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, spent years in his previous role as Luxembourg’s prime minister secretly blocking EU efforts to tackle tax avoidance by multinational corporations, leaked documents reveal.
The shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna, has confirmed he will be standing for the Labour leadership, saying he will have no truck with those who say the party faces 10 years out of office.
Think about UKIP, and most will reflect on three things - leader Nigel Farage (either a man of the people, or a knob - depending on your viewpoint), immigration and Europe.
This week’s PMQs was significant for a number of reasons, but one moment led to laughter across the chamber.
Could Amber Rudd succeed Theresa May as prime minister? The odds are not in her favour.
Voters disapprove of Theresa May’s handling of Brexit but the country remains deeply divided over the decision to leave, according to a new poll for the Observer.