general elections

It wasn’t long ago that the youth of Britain had been branded ‘apathetic’ and ‘disenchanted’ by politics. As recently as
I walk past the cashier, feeling his malicious glance pierce the back of my neck. As I hand my friend Munchy a pack of Pot
The Conservatives have retained their lead, but it is down by four points, as the parties enter the final days of campaigning
On Sunday 22 March, David Cameron wrote in the Sunday Times an article entitled "Labour will make us as bad as France". Why thank you David, much obliged. As a French national I personally do not take offense though, for two reasons...
Apathy is a strange curse. I recently conversed with a friend over the diminishing motivation of my generation. It's not that we're lazy, nor are we disinterested in the workings of our planet, but there is a heightened degree of the 'It will never happen' attitude.
Domino's is giving free pizza away to students in Liverpool who register to vote, while one university is offering, er, goat
Voters have been warned the public spending cuts begun under the coalition in 2010 could last for more than a decade, with
Voters should be entered into a lottery to win prizes as a reward for turning up at the polls, a senior Labour figure has
The government has rejected calls to require candidates to disclose if they are a member of a political party when standing
The government should abandon its plan to allow voters to sack MPs mid-term, a Commons committee has said. In a report published