The EU’s limited democracy prompted many Eurosceptics to back a leave vote in 2016’s referendum.
What is the single-market? What is the customs union? Will the UK remain a part of it?
Another tragic mass shooting has taken place in the United States This time in Florida. What are some of the key facts surrounding America’s gun debate?
The UK political system is in dire need of reform. Here are seven changes that could improve our democracy.
Northern Ireland is getting a great deal of attention right now. What's going on?
Donald Trump’s national security adviser, HR McMaster, said on Saturday that Russian meddling in the 2016 election is “incontrovertible” and “beyond dispute” in the wake of new US indictments.
Jeremy Corbyn has come under intense pressure to shift Labour’s position on Brexit after 20,000 members demanded a say over the issue and former leader Neil Kinnock backed halting Britain’s EU exit altogether.
The British embassy in Washington backtracked on promises to host a session of the parliamentary inquiry into fake news, because of worries it might offend Donald Trump, the Observer has learned.
Members of Ukip voted yesterday to sack Henry Bolton, who had been elected only last September as the crisis-hit party’s fourth leader in 18 months.
A new YouGov/Times survey indicates that 70% of Labour voters think the UK made the wrong decision two years ago.
The subject of Nottingham Forest has Arsène Wenger spooling back through his memory bank to a match at the City Ground in the early days of his time in the Premier League.
Jeremy Corbyn’s place as Labour leader has never been more secure. He won a mandate in 2015, then in 2016, before achieving a spectacular second-place “victory” at the recent general election. But who is on the list to replace him?
Six months into his presidency, FiveThirtyEight declared Donald Trump as “historically unpopular”. Has there been any improvement?
Parliament returns next week, so here's a list of seven interesting facts about the country's PMs.
George Osborne has lashed out at criticisms of his plans for further public spending cuts in the next parliament, accusing the BBC of hyperbolic coverage and conjuring up bogus images of the 1930s depression.
The phone connection is terrible, but I interview TV star Andrew Michael despite such interference and the noise from passing cars.
The frequency of referendums held in the United Kingdom has increased in recent years, but which ones have shaped the country, and how?
The UK is set to leave the EU in little over a year’s time, but what do the betting markets say about a new referendum?
Harriet Harman and Dennis Skinner make the cut, but which Tory MP tops the list?
Donald Trump won the most electoral college votes last year, but lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton.
Will Germany have a new government next month or will elections follow swiftly?
Who could take over UKIP now that Bolton is gone? Is UKIP doomed?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting India. What is there to know about his country’s politics?