british politics

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a last-ditch plea to members of Parliament to not block a no-deal Brexit.
This proud port community is on the frontline of a global political upheaval.
Britain just got its second female prime minister, but the country still has embarrassingly few women in politics.
It's Theresa with an "h" who's taking power.
The result of last Thursday's Brexit referendum marks a victory not of the people but of populism. Not of democracy but of demagogy. It is a victory of the hard right over the moderate right and of the radical over the liberal left.
Why is a general pardon bad history? The call for a royal pardon is incredibly ambiguous. It fails to take into account the full scope of same-sex sexual acts and behaviors that were criminalized, and therefore inevitably underestimates significantly the number of men impacted by various laws.
"What I'd like to do is look very carefully at Hansard about the allegations... and look very carefully to see what the government
If Jane Austen were alive today, how would she vote? Would the champion of marrying for love support gay marriage? Would the advocate of a woman getting to choose her future mate herself support reproductive choice?
Large sections of the white working classes in England, according to a new report, feel that, when it comes to things like the allocation of social housing, they are "last in line."
Long the butt of punchlines for his nasal-sounding voice and geeky demeanor, British Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has