Evidently, the Conservative Party doesn't trust its politicians with simple stuff like writing funding announcements. And now we know why.
The welfare bill that just passed is yet another measure that screws the country's poor.
Spending scandals, criminal charges, and a crazy amount of undemocratic shenanigans have made the dream of abolishing the Senate possible.
The head covering is worn by a tiny minority of Canadian women, but it could become an issue in this fall's federal election
Landsgemeinde is a wonderful chance to get hammered in public and vote for a farmer to be your "city captain."
A look at the candidates who could replace Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, and Nigel Farage.
A growing number of radical young black people do not feel represented by Britain's "white supremacist" politics.
The longest-lived political dynasty in Canadian history has been swept away after 44 years as Albertans voted en masse for the New Democratic Party.
The Countryside Alliance is a group of quite posh people who love guns, dogs, and killing things with guns that dogs can fetch. We hung out with them to get their thoughts on Election '15.
In this new series, we profile the young hopefuls looking to shake things up at the general election. In the first episode we meet 23-year-old socialist Sam Gould, who's running for Labour in Romford.
How a 2001 game from the makers of Railroad Tycoon II gave me a whole new perspective on the world of governance.
We hung out with Class War as they prepared their banners for the annual demonstration.
We talk to Englishwomen about the "tampon tax," which classifies all women's sanitary products as "non-essential luxury items."
It's election time in the UK, so let's look at some political sorts who've popped up in the gaming world.
Apr 21, 2015
In the lead up to the British general election, anti-immigrationists are calling on the nation to "get Australian" with border policy. We asked some people in the street what they think this means.
The annual celebration doubled as a cannabis legalization rally in the run-up to Election '15.
We meet one of Newcastle food bank's dedicated volunteers, as well as the locals suffering after years of austerity cuts.
To find out what young British voters are really thinking of the upcoming election, we went to an anarchic student house party in Manchester to talk politics and nitrous oxide.
We talked to the landlord of Wakefield gay pub the Harewood Arms about whether his decision to lend his bar to the right-wing group for party meetings might put some customers off.
In part three, we hear how the demolition of the Heygate Estate was "the worst social housing disaster of recent times."
An interview with Polish Green Party MP, Anna Grodzka.
It mostly involves sitting around not bringing attention to himself.
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