In the middle of our on-going fuel crisis, Location Location Location presenter, Kirstie Allsop, ran out of fuel and had to abandon her car.
Do the prime minister’s claims of rising wages stack up?
Anne Holland reports on her time at the Labour party conference and the highs of seeing people again and the mass of motions and meetings.
For those of you that were hoping that the Labour party represented one person/one vote, I hate to break it to you that this is not the case. Conference votes against Proportional Representation At the Labour party conference on Monday night, delegates voted on a motion that would have committed the party to changing the […]
Anger in Walsall as Tory councillors block deputy mayor nomination on mental health grounds
Ann Holland takes another day trip, this time to Chester (or Deva Victrix to the Romans)
Since 1 January 2021 the European Union has not stood still. It continues to offer new opportunities, funding and benefits to its citizens and businesses that we, in the UK, are now excluded from.
John Tenido review of the Shang-Chi movie and its links to ten rings and the rise of Asian input and influence.
Trump and his brand of politics attractive to 40% of U.S. voters, could a Trumpian candidate still win the 2024 election?
On the day Nadine takes up her new post as Minister of Culture, we thought we would remind you of some of her sterling work.
Since its inception in 1994, one of our favourite times of the year has been Heritage Open Days, taking place each September throughout England.
We learn from Tokyo art and sport are powerful unifiers, shining light on what we share and helping generate common understanding.
The start of the new school year threatens a rapid rise in Covid infections, risking children’s health and safety. But schools could take advantage of this situation to create a more flexible and effective way of working.
Jenny Kartupelis recalls how the government of the day reacted to the arrival of Ugandan Asians expelled from the country and compares the situation to today’s arrivals from Afghanistan.
Carry on abroad as Liz Truss announces list of jobs for the boys as International Trade Envoys with no skills for the job.
The crisis in Afghanistan has killed off the idea of Global Britain and substantially weakened Boris Johnson’s authority
Boris Johnson promised to level up the Red Wall seats. Nearly two years after the election, let’s take a look at how he’s getting on.
Central region MP Nadhim Zahawi was also on the receiving end of lobbying texts from David Cameron
Don’t let the government take away your rights to protest, write to your MP or join a protest to Kill The Police Bill.
The average citizen cares nothing for the arcane rules of senate procedure. The behind-the-scenes “sausage-making” and endless maneuvering that goes into passage of a bill is only fascinating to politicians, journalists, and Twitter addicts. Citizens just want results that impact their lives. In Part 1, we reviewed the origin and impact of the filibuster. Today […]
The first of two articles examining how the US Senate has used the filibuster to obstruct the passing of legislation.