No one should celebrate policies that undermine the right to vote
Improvement is not a bug in the American software, it’s a core feature – for as long as that Star-Spangled Banner yet waves
Arron Banks walks out of Commons committee hearing.
Democracy is a fragile plant. It depends on the water of public scrutiny and the light of public engagement: a People’s Vote will provide both
For a prime minister, thing almost always get worse. You get less popular, you make more mistakes
Theresa May faces one of her biggest tests so far.
He has called for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
In this 70th year of our health service, Jeremy Hunt has a chance to reset the trajectory of the last eight years
The five things you need to know about politics today
As many as 73% of Labour voters oppose exiting the EU but the Labour leadership is denying the people the last word