Could tactical votes soften the Brexit blow?
The full text of Gordon Brown's rallying cry to Scottish voters.
I keep being asked for my election predictions, but I hope I'm wrong.
Normally? A coin toss, or names from a hat.
We're set for 45 more female MPs after this election, but the UK is still a generation from parity
Labour could win 45 of London's 73 seats
“What are you going to do about drugs?” asked a man in the street.
As we head into election day, the polls are still neck-and-neck – meaning that neither Labour nor the Tory party is likely to be able to form a majority government. So, what happens now?
The governing class has a habit of making up the constitution. It's time they showed a commitment to it.
Austerity was a choice and one not born from economic reasoning but political ideology: a desire to dismantle the benefit system and with it, the state.
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