Election 2016

You wouldn't realise it with all the hype around the EU referendum, but today hundreds of elections will take place across
There remain significant disparities in registration levels between different demographics, for example, between those in social housing or private rented accommodation and owner-occupiers, or between older voters and 18-24s; up to a third of whom may not be registered. And we must remember that the gap between those who are eligible to vote, and those who have their names on the register, is growing. It's vitally important that politicians of all parties work together to address this issue. I believe this can be done through dedicated education efforts, and by continuing to prioritise the issue by stressing what needs to be achieved
Not long ago Hillary Clinton was perceived as the unbeatable candidate, but the notion of her invincibility has been shattered after her lacklustre Iowa caucus performance and her devastating defeat in New Hampshire.
On 5 May 2016 people from across London have the chance to vote for the Mayor of London. The people you vote for in these elections are responsible for many aspects of your everyday life - from the underground, local bus services and policing, to green spaces, air quality and Trafalgar Square.
So perhaps we should stop doing ISIS' propaganda for them. Maybe we should stop making Britain a target by thinking that banning individual people will change the views of many. We should welcome these people in and challenge them in a good old fashioned debate. Maybe that would be the right thing to do. Well either that, or just ban Trump...
Trump and Carson are exploiting a very American flavor of disgruntlement -- the obsessed, conspiratorial mindset of a pocket of the population besieged by paranoia and a fear of the hidden hand. Whereas the billionaire property tycoon is peddling empty optimism, Carson's campaign has the hue of an Internet comment board.
The field of potential nominees for Republican Party candidate for American president is already wider than at this point
NEW YORK – A 43-year-old son of a Cuban immigrants is to run for White House, offering the Republicans a chance to build
US presidential candidates have barely had time to announce their intentions and someone on Fox News has already said something
NEW YORK -- It’s been 11 years since a member of the Republican Party won a presidential election. Ted Cruz, a rambunctious