Today is the first anniversary since people went to the ballot boxes to vote on the future of the UK in the EU. One year on, many of the issues and concerns that emerged in the immediate days and weeks following the referendum result have still not been addressed. What happened, and how can we make sure the issues do not happen again?
One piece of legislation expected in the Queen's Speech today is the Repeal Bill. Somewhat innocuous and technical on its surface, this piece of legislation threatens to hand unchecked powers to ministers who could rewrite our laws behind closed doors.
An inclusive, consensus based approach is not just constitutionally and democratically important but as the result of the election, it is now a practical necessity.
The shock result of a hung Parliament has left British politics in chaos. The Conservative Party have made a deal with the DUP and Theresa May has gone to Buckingham Palace to seek permission from the Queen to form a government. We answer your burning constitutional questions about what happens now.
Bankers, residents of the Bahamas, real estate moguls, and big oil executives. If you think this sounds like a list of those making up the global elite, then you’d be right. It’s also a list of some of the individuals and private companies that dug into their deep pockets to fund political parties’ activities during the general election campaign.