Some reports in the international press have touched on the success of CHEGA, a nationalist party, but less has been written about the IL, its ideas, and its recipe for success.
A central part of the Conservative Party candidate assessment is the competency-based interview. But just what is this and why does it form such an important part of the process of becoming a Conservative MP?
With changes to the Conservative Party’s candidate selection process, what does this mean for an aspiring MP?
Scott Morrison’s stance on Novak Djokovic and the Australian Open – public health strategy or election campaigning?
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s showdown against Novak Djokovic left him with egg on his face. His election-mode public health strategy may require revision whilst he scrabbles to retain his majority.
The battle of perception – Hispanic and Latino votes cannot be taken for granted by Democrats in America
With midterms in November, Democrats face a bloodbath of defeats. The exodus of Latino voters from the party and to the Republicans stands to play a significant part – how did this happen, and what does it mean?
The Liberal Democrats’ stunning win in North Shropshire should send the coldest of shivers down Conservative spines. However, do the problems lie at the top or are they more profound?
“His book is one of the best written, easy to read memoirs I have recently read” is how Kim Darroch’s autobiography has been described. Read more to see why.
The Conservatives may have won the Old Bexley and Sidcup by-election but Labour made gains, and Reform UK also retained its deposit. Do minor parties hold more sway by appealing to angry voters, and if not, where is their receptacle? Without them, can Reform UK chart a successful path into the future?
The 2019 UK election was just over 2 years ago, but the country continues to realign politically. This book delves into the granular issues which saw dyed-in-the-wool Labour voters elect Conservatives for the first time, and may offer Labour a path back to power.