The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
Two decades after his career was ended in a bribery scandal, the controversial right-winger is back with a vengeance.
The power of the largest parties has been maintained, while newer parties running on nicher subjects with no connection to Northern Ireland’s traditional religious divide are rapidly rising.
Conservative MPs are reluctant to criticise the London mayoral candidate’s dogwhistle rhetoric.
As racial politics from the Conservative camp intensifies, how are Labour figures and Sadiq Khan’s rival campaign reacting?
Has the divisive mayor George Ferguson won over enough voters to secure a second term when Bristol heads to the polls on 5 May?
The former Conservative party parliamentary candidate for Leigh claims the Tory London mayoral campaign is dragging the party back to the days of Enoch Powell.
The Tory candidate has been accused of racial profiling and stereotyping the capital’s Asian communities. Is this divide-and-rule politics, or legitimate voter targeting?
Scottish Labour's leader also talked about her private life for the first time in an interview with Fabian Review.
There is a growing appetite in the local party - but both the diaspora and the national party fear the consequences.
Cornwall wants more powers, and some are looking to Scotland and Wales for inspiration.
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