As Remainer Conservative MPs warn against Ukip infiltration, the party’s grassroots will die without new recruits.
When political calculation fuels prejudice.
The co-leader has announced she’s standing down.
A group of centrist activists are going around the country trying to persuade voters to change their minds.
According to a new report, you’re more likely to think the government taxes too much if you’re under 25.
The watchdog has a problem – but it’s one of weakness rather than influence.
Conservative dog-whistle tactics in elections are nothing new. But has the party learned its lesson?
The Cambridge Analytica row exposes how political parties can do what they like to influence us online.
The Tory MP reveals his personal battle from a religious household through tours in Afghanistan to the Commons – and why he’s now fighting his party.
The contrasting figures for both groups before the Electoral Commission reveal more about Momentum’s remarkable success than its potential breach of the rules.
The government changed voter registration rules, but that hasn’t stopped a record number signing up to vote.