Memo to aspirant world leaders: eating in public is a political minefield.
For Labour's divided tribes, the question is like the Mirror of Erised: you see what you want in it.
The discredited candidate of the conservative mainstream is damaged, but his presidential prospects aren't dead yet.
France's Jeremy Corbyn is in touching distance of the French presidency. Can he reach it?
Tim Farron's party have a favourable map and scope for gains.
The 2017 electoral map is tricky for Britain's major opposition, even at the best of times.
Green MP and co-leader Caroline Lucas on what her party means by a “Progressive Alliance”, and why she is no fan of the Canadian Prime Minister.
The Unite leader, not his two challengers, was invited on the BBC's flagship show. That the broadcaster doesn't worry about favouritism should worry the trade union movement.
As Brexit gets underway, opposition grandees urge their parties – Labour, Lib Dems, the SNP and Greens – to form a pact.
His chief rival, Marine Le Pen, was campaigning as the “candidate of the forgotten” years before Donald Trump entered politics.
Carswell's personal vote is spoken of fondly in Westminster. There's little evidence it actually exists.
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