2012 Elections

I've Met 'Romney' and You Know What? He's a D*ck

Rich Fulcher | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy
Rich Fulcher

It is often said that voters pick their candidate by asking the question: Which one would you want to have a beer with? Well since Pudney doesn't drink beer, I will pose an alternative question: Which candidate possesses cockish qualities which, if you saw them displayed in person, would make you say, 'I would never vote for that person'.

Einstein's 'God Letter' Effect on the US 2012 Elections

Hannah Gal | Posted 12.12.2012 | UK
Hannah Gal

As I thank Gazin for his time I am astounded at this great man's ability to impact the 2012 US elections; unlike the UK, US election candidates' religious beliefs are a deal breaker for many voters. Even with the freshly reported significant rise in the number of openly declared US atheists, this remains a burning issue on the US political agenda.

'The Voice' Granted Access To Olympics Stadium After Outrage

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 18.07.2012 | UK

Britain's biggest and longest running Black newspaper has been given an Olympics pass to London 2012 track and field events after a petition to overtu...

Fran├žois Hollande, the Accidental President

Ijeoma E. Okoli | Posted 07.07.2012 | UK Politics
Ijeoma E. Okoli

Enough French citizens believed that it was time for a change and Hollande now has five years to show France the change for which its citizens are longing. If he is able to pull it off, people will remember him more for being a great president than, rather than an accidental one.

Ed Miliband Hit By An Egg In Southampton

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 04.07.2012 | UK Politics

Labour leader Ed Miliband was hit by an egg during a post-election walkabout in Southampton on Friday. He was giving a television interview celebra...

What You See Isn't What You Get With Online Politics

Dr Mark Pack | Posted 13.09.2011 | UK Politics
Dr Mark Pack

Grey. And wanting to pay homage to Barack Obama. That's the rather odd impression left from taking a flick through the websites of the Republican contenders to be their party's 2012 presidential candidate.

Ken vs Boris

Alex Bigham | Posted 10.09.2011 | UK Politics
Alex Bigham

The toughest and most significant electoral battle of David Cameron's first term will happen next May, when Londoners go to the polls to elect a Mayor. Those outside the capital may bristle at the importance placed on these elections, seeing them as symptom of the media's obsession with the M25 beltway, but the election of a politician with the third largest personal mandate in Europe is not to be treated lightly.