In a long-anticipated Labour reshuffle Keir Starmer has changed his top team and now has the lineup he expects to take into an election victory.
In the first Republican debate of many, only two foreign policy issues broke through – US relations with China, and the continuation of support for Ukraine.
Saudi Arabia’s involvement in Team Tempest would provide a major financial boost to the landmark project developing the UK’s sixth-generation fighter jet – but comes with significant geopolitical strings attached. The question is: do the rewards outweigh the risks?
As we saw over the weekend, it seems for now at least that Centre-left Pedro Sanchez has just about held off the challenge from the right in Spanish General Election. Whilst lessons from other countries’ elections can often be overblown, comparisons can often offer some engaging insight.
This parliamentary cycle began with one of the Conservatives’ greatest ever by-election results, their gain of Hartlepool from Labour in May 2021, yet last week they narrowly escaped the fate of Harold Wilson’s Labour government in March 1968 of losing three seats in one day.
This note takes a careful look at each of the recent by-election results and analyses what each means for the main parties involved.
The Skills for a Jobs Transition: A New Report from the Future Energy Skills Programme
Yesterday Keir Starmer announced Labour’s latest mission for government: making Britain a clean energy superpower.
Trump has mounting legal woes in multiple jurisdictions but, remarkably, even if Trump is found guilty and is imprisoned, he will still be able to run for the Presidency.
Sinn Fein have won in the North and look set to do the same in the South. Sinn Fein aren’t going away and a continued refusal to engage with them is neither in the UK’s or Ireland’s interest.
With last week’s local elections now behind us, we examine what last week means for next year and Labour’s general election chances.