Politics

3rd February 2023 | By Callum Scott

Labour voters cautious ahead of disastrous Sunak polls

As the leadership of Rishi Sunak reaches past the 100-day mark, polls are emerging day after day that would suggest Labour are in its strongest...

1st February 2023 | By Callum Scott

Labour score open goals as scandals swirl Sunak – PMQs Unpacked

On a day where over 500,000 workers up and down the UK hit the picket lines, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Labour Leader Keir Starmer...

9th November 2022 | By Callum Scott

Sunak squirms over Williamson resignation – PMQs Unpacked

Rishi Sunak has faced the first resignation from his government, which is only weeks old. Sir Gavin Williamson has been forced out of the Cabinet...

24th October 2022 | By Callum Scott

Rishi Sunak to be next PM as Mordaunt withdraws

Seven years after becoming MP for William Hague’s old seat of Richmond, today Rishi Sunak goes one better than his predecessor and becomes our next...

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24th October 2022 | By Callum Scott

Sunak has support of over half of Tory MPs as deadline approaches

Today is a pivotal day in the history of the Conservative Party, with former Chancellor Rishi Sunak on the brink of becoming the next Prime...

20th October 2022 | By Callum Scott

Truss Exit Triggers Fresh Leadership Vote – Today in summary

Liz Truss has resigned as prime minister after 45 days in office marked by turmoil, triggering the second Tory leadership election in four months. Ms...

20th October 2022 | By Callum Scott

Liz Truss resigns as Prime Minister after just six weeks

An absolutely astonishing turn of events at Westminster this afternoon as Liz Truss resigns from office after just six weeks in office, making her the...

19th October 2022 | By Callum Scott

Truss hangs on as Government falls around her

It has been yet another day of chaos for the Government, with the Truss premiership looking more and more imperilled by the minute. For the...

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6th May 2022 | By Joseph Ward

Why misogyny counts as the new normal in politics

The polls across Greater Manchester and other parts of the UK have served as the first test of public opinion over concerns about misogyny in...

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5th May 2022 | By Liam Taylor

MMU students deciding how to vote ahead of local elections – many for the first time

With local elections taking place today, young people across campus have been thinking about the way that they would like to vote. NQ caught up...