Tories splurge £25,000 on microtargeted 'police locator' ads in bid to scoop voters' data

5 August 2019

Conservative Campaign Headquarters have spent an eye-watering £25,000 on Facebook ads targeting people who are afraid of rising crime in their neighbourhoods.

Labour launched Facebook ad blitz against 'next Prime Minister' - six days after Boris Johnson elected

1 August 2019

Facebook's ad library shows eight attack ads about the 'next Prime Minister' were launched almost a week after Boris Johnson had moved into Downing Street.

Nigel Farage seen as more admirable than Jeremy Corbyn, new poll finds

18 July 2019

The poll boost for Nigel Farage comes at the expense of fellow Brexiteers who have disappeared from the list entirely.

WATCH: Supine protoplasmic invertebrate jelly Matt Hancock's D-Day defence of Boris Johnson

10 July 2019

Matt Hancock has been forced to launch a cringing defence of Boris Johnson as he continues his campaign to cling-on to his cabinet post.

Sixty years of life peers: how the Upper Chamber was transformed

1 May 2018

The first 14 life peers were introduced in two special sessions ahead of the 1958 state opening of parliament

Kemi Badenoch interview: 'Lots of people felt bruised after the election.'

20 January 2018

Just seven months after entering parliament, Kemi Badenoch has been handed a key role inside CCHQ overseeing her party’s candidate selection process.

Does Nigel Farage work hard enough? Steve Bannon says not

10 June 2019

Nigel Farage doesn’t work hard enough and it’s a British thing, according to Steve Bannon in the new documentary exploring the inner world of Trump’s self-professed kingmaker.

Why neither playwrights nor politics can resist Boris

30 April 2019

Why playwright Jonathan Maitland couldn’t resist the temptation of Boris and “the dinner party that changed history”

The perils of playing politics on the big screen

19 February 2019

Vice and The Font Runner are both films with an important message about politics.