As Jeremy Corbyn becomes the new Leader of the Labour Party, Simon Hix discusses the impact of his election on British politics.
On 5 May 2016 the people of London will go to the polls to elect the city’s new Mayor. We sat down with Professor Tony Travers to discuss the potential candidates and the key issues which could decide how Londoners vote.
With the plight of migrants in Calais and their attempts to cross into the UK receiving increasing media coverage over the summer, Laura Robbins-Wright discusses the current situation and possible options for resolving it.
With the Labour leadership contest becoming the key British political story of the summer, we sat down with Professor Tony Travers to discuss the candidates, the contest and its implications for the future of the party and the UK’s political landscape.
Following the announcement of a consultation on the BBC’s future, we sat down with Professor Charlie Beckett to discuss what the implications could be both for the BBC itself and the overall media landscape.
On the Friday following the Greek people’s decisive referendum no vote, we sat down with Professor Simon Hix to discuss the implications of the rapidly evolving crisis for Greece and its European neighbours.
In the wake of the first majority Conservative budget since the mid 90s, Kate Alexander Shaw discusses the implications of the policies outlined by George Osborne.
On 27 May FIFA was thrown into turmoil when several of its senior officials were arrested under an American led investigation into alleged corruption within the organisation.
Following the first Queen’s Speech under a Conservative majority since 1996, we sat down with Professor Simon Hix to discuss the key bills proposed by the government and what they might look like in practice.
As the dust settles following one of the most intriguing elections in recent history, we speak to Professor Tony Travers to discuss the result and what it means for parties across the political spectrum.