May 14, 2020

The age of the media politician is well and truly upon us. From hits on social media to constant political interviews, long read profiles to politicians on reality TV shows (or the other way around in Donald Trump’s case), politicians are defined by their personality....

December 7, 2019

Every election campaign is unique. There are different leaders making the case for their party to receive votes. The topics under discussion vary depending on what matters to people, for example, Brexit. And the direction of the campaign is never fully certain. Who kne...

November 23, 2019

Andrew Harrop is the General Secretary of the Fabian Society – a socialist think tank, partnered with the Labour Party. As I got the opportunity to interview Harrop, I asked him about Jeremy Corbyn, Brexit and anti-Semitism within Labour.

The 2017 general election, just...

November 23, 2019

British politics in 2019 will be defined by paralysis and flexibility. The House of Commons has been intransigent in failing to pass either Theresa May’s or Boris Johnson’s EU Withdrawal Agreements and instead delaying our departure. This has meant that three Brexit ex...

November 22, 2019

So this is where we are; despite six months of insisting that he wouldn't trigger a general election, Spain's beleaguered Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, then called one barely seven months after the last (and spent over 130 million euros on campaigning later). Sánchez...

November 18, 2019

The great thing about elections is that they give you the chance to take a look the state of politics, see what party you think will best tackle the issues you deem important and more often than not, debate your friends who disagree with what you believe in. 

Personally...

November 14, 2019

The election is here! Psephologists, politicians and pundits will be returning to our lives over the next five weeks as we countdown to the election dubbed “the most important in a lifetime”. Not only is the December election important, it also promises to be exciting...

April 17, 2019

So, there it is. At the end of a dogged, close fought race, Benjamin Netanyahu has once again crawled to the top of the pile, retaining the prime ministership and making himself, come summer, Israel’s longest serving premiere. Once his rival, Benny Gantz accepted defea...

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