Beautiful buildings

Robert Jenrick (Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government): This government has been clear that we must build the homes that this country needs. However, this objective must …

Boris at No 10

The gospel according to Boris’s government is that the last three years didn’t happen, and that anything that did happen, they are not responsible for.  Is this a Vote Leave …

Boris and the property industry

Unless a miracle happens (or a catastrophe, depending on your viewpoint), Boris Johnson will be elected as Leader by Conservative Party members, and then become Prime Minister in ten days …

Two months of elections!

The good news for anyone thinking the UK has too little democracy is that there are going to be two rounds of major elections in May.

Smile! This is your moment.

Westminster is allowing objectors and applicants to speak at meetings for the first time. We take a look at how to make your three minutes in the spotlight more effective.

TIGgers – the new Workers Party?

The TIGgers, the so-called ‘independent group’ of MPs that have left both Labour and the Tories this week, are the new kids on the block – but what could this mean for local politics?