In this article, Jose Angel Garcia examines the role the media plays in exposing scandals. Is the media playing with justice?
Sam Toombs seeks answers to one of Britain’s most persistent questions: The West Lothian Question.
September 29 is to become the UK’s official Bomb Iraq Day in recognition of the country’s long-held tradition.
In this article Beth Miller looks at New Labour and in particular at Tony Blair and some of the things he was able to achieve.
This article by Frances Parsons outlines the ‘Over-Masculinisation of the Working Classes’ thesis and analyses it’s particularly devastating effect on women’s representation in UK Politics.
Canvas Interviews feminist campaigner Selma James
After the humiliating defeat of the Alternative Vote last year, you might think that supporters of electoral reform should keep quiet. After all, only 32% of the 42% of the electorate who bothered to vote actually supported changing the electoral system. Some may argue that
This article by Patrick English takes a look at the history of the British Parliament and what clues it gives to the problems it faces today in attempting to fulfil its duty of representing the electorate.
In this article, Joe Austin explores the debate on Scottish independence and what it means for the future of the UK.
Article by Calum Young, in which he points out the increasing isolationalism of British policy-makers in Europe whilst they simultaneously hold on to the right to vote on issues. Does this open up a new ‘West Lothian Question’? Is this a an emerging Paris Puzzle?