What's been happening this past week in the fast-paced world of politics?
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This week’s PMQs was significant for a number of reasons, but one moment led to laughter across the chamber.
The British monarch is the head of state for sixteen different countries around the world, but which countries could become republics within the next few decades?
China is the world’s most populous country overall, but which democracies are the world's largest?
Could Amber Rudd succeed Theresa May as prime minister? The odds are not in her favour.
Theresa May remains on shaky ground. Will there be a cabinet reshuffle in the foreseeable future?
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 FPTP is long outdated, but what could replace the current system?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?
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?
Take a look at the seven most democratic states on earth. Does your country make the list?
A Swiss bank that accepts only customers with at least £2m of assets is defying Brexit with plans to expand in the UK through new offices in Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow.
A new ICM/Guardian poll found that 24% of Brits would be pleased to see Scotland leave the UK in the next 10 to 20 years.
British politics is a vibrant library of information - here are seven facts about it you should know.
Festival-goers and nostalgia-hunters are fuelling a boom in the campervan rental market in the UK
Scandals are - unfortunately - an inescapable reality of British politics. Here are five from the last twenty years.
“London is the greatest city in the world.” It’s the capital of Europe, one of the world’s financial hubs, and is packed with culture.
No UK general election has been held on another day than a Thursday since 1931. Is it time for that to change?
Worried that your job disappearing post Brexit ? This might give you a better clue.
Lewis and Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, has been ranked fifth best island in the world by TripAdvisor, as Scotland dominates lists with two more isles named in Europe's top 10