On the 6th of May, West Yorkshire citizens will be voting for the first ever mayor of West Yorkshire. Josh Elgin explains everything you need to know.
Alice Spall analyses the attempted coup in the US. Should it really come as such a surprise?
On the 14th January, approximately 57% of eligible voters in Uganda casted their votes in the elections of the next President and Parliament. Although Uganda’s electoral commission already announced the victory of Yoweri Musveni, who […]
Biden won a coalition of support spanning from Democratic Socialists like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, all the way through to the wife of John McCain, the Republican who ran against Barrack Obama in 2008.
“I don’t like losing. The last election was a catastrophic loss, the country needs better,” says Dawn Butler, the Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities and MP for Brent Central. She is the […]
We ran social media and communications for John Grogan’s re-election campaign for Keighley and Ilkley. We attempted to defend a majority of 249 in a seat which arguably typified the mood of the English electorate. […]
In mid-November, Michael Schwirtz and Gaelle Borgia of the New York Times published a report on Russia’s efforts to install a President in Madagascar, who would be favourable to the Kremlin’s interests. Jam-packed with espionage, […]
Facebook stands increasingly alone in the debate over political ads, with Twitter’s banning of ads showing a clear divide between two social media giants on modern democracy’s most pertinent problem. In October, Facebook refused to […]
With the General Election campaign underway, it is inevitable and understandable for the issue of the NHS to be brought up by both major parties. It is easy logic; the NHS is a symbol of […]
In his recent interview for ‘Time’ magazine, the British grime artist Stormzy was keen to discuss his projects regarding improving the lives of black British young people such as his scholarship scheme which has contributed […]
With governments around the world moving towards harm reduction policies, and organisations such as the British Medical Journal advocating drug policy reform in the UK, the Labour Party may finally be turning its back on […]
The midterm elections have come and gone, and what was once a political side-show marked by comically low voter turnout has been recast as a battle for America’s future, and, crucially, a referendum on the […]