In this article, Gregory Pichorowycz dismisses the political compass as an unnecessary oversimplification.
Alex Lumsden analyses UKIP’s woes and what Nigel Farage can reasonably expect come the general election.
It seems odd to think that only four years have passed since the election of Barack Obama. News of Obama’s win spread the feeling of jubilation further than just the shores of the United States of America. People from across the world eagerly awaited the
Being a political obsessive is considerably easier when following German politics for one simple reason; there are more elections. Elections happen far more frequently, with each of the 16 German States having their own parliament and government. You can see polling trends crystallising into votes
Canvas asks the Greens to paint their political landscape with regards to Law and Order, in particular as to how the Greens would tackle anti-social behaviour.
Oliver Harvey looks back at the general election pledges on the environment – has the ‘Forgotten Agenda’ been amended; have the political parties taken account of the environment, or is this issue still sidelined?
This article charts the green movement in the political sphere in the UK. Harry Gilham explores the issues that affect the green movement, and the extent to which the Green Party’s voice is growing.