The country's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and other senior politicians were detained in an early morning raid.
When peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters were gassed and sprayed with rubber bullets to clear the way for a President Trump photo opportunity, Continue To Serve was created in response. Since then, the non-profit group of military veterans have mobilised at polling stations, cleaned up after the deadly insurrection of the US Capitol carried out by pro-Trump supporters and supported the Black Live Matter movement.
President Donald Trump is claiming that he has won reelection despite no official confirmation.
People started searching for jobs in Canada shortly after the 10pm exit poll came in.
Despite a historic win for the Conservatives in this year’s election, the night saw a number of wins for equality, including record numbers of female and BAME MPs. There were small victories for LGBT+ MPs too, with gay Labour MP Luke Pollard ousting Ann Widdecombe from her seat, and Labour’s Lloyd Russell becoming the first elected MP to be publicly known to be living with HIV.
Stanley Johnson suggested female fighter pilots should not wear burkas during the live broadcast.
In Newcastle-Under-Lyme, voters weren’t convinced by Labour’s manifesto pledges, thinking that it was a “santa’s list” of freebies that would never materialise and were only said to win votes.
With the two leading parties in this election marred by allegations of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, we take a look at the role that religion is playing in the 2019 General Election.
After the Brexit referendum and the 2015 and 2017 general elections, it seems that opinion polls aren’t very good at predicting the mood of the country any more. But if they’re often wrong and everyone knows that, why do we continue to use them?
Brexit Party leader has already failed in seven attempts to be elected to parliament.