Northern Irish Unionists face a crucial election for the future of their movement – will they back the DUP, TUV, or UUP?
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Aaron Goldsmith reviews the latest boundary proposals for the United Kingdom’s Parliament, which see short-term benefit for the Tories.
Aaron Goldsmith reviews the new boundary proposals for Wales’s seats in the United Kingdom’s Parliament.
The Liberal Democrats have experienced major changes in leadership and policy over their relatively brief existence.
With three by-elections completed in Airdrie and Shotts, Chesham and Amersham, and Batley and Spen, what does this mean going forward?
Despite repeated claims of a “Green Surge”, the UK Green Party has failed to make the inroads they have insisted are possible.
LeanTossup has released projections for the revised boundary lines, which seem to benefit the Tories.
Labour‘s attempts to target Tory scandals have faltered, and it remains unclear if voters can be persuaded to care about them.
As the 2021 UK Local Elections begin, all eyes turn to Holyrood as the union itself is on the line in the Scottish Parliamentary elections.
Labour seeks to reverse their declining fortunes in white working-class areas in the Hartlepool by-election, but polls look poor.