Neo-fascist Jair Bolsonaro is now the most extreme right-wing leader of any democratic country. We ask sociologist and Brazil expert Jesse Souza what happens next.
Now in their fourth week, the Yellow Vests protests are becoming increasingly tense. We head to Paris to meet some of the demonstrators demanding change.
Yesterday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the home office in support of the activists, who were convicted after blocking a deportation flight in 2017.
Two years of constant political arguments and very little progress over Brexit has come to a head. Please, Theresa – put us all out of our misery.
While it’s easy to switch off, Brexit will shape British politics, and our lives, for a generation – so we owe it to ourselves not to clock out.
‘Like an IKEA for cats’: photographer Joe Hart heads to the most prestigious event on the UK’s feline calendar.
The former Prime Minister is a haunted relic who continues to plea for attention and relevance. It’s not helping anyone.
Artist-turned-journalist Molly Crabapple shares the wisdom that led her to become one of the most determined – and effective – political voices of our time.
Following Amber Rudd’s recent Partridge-esque Twitter video, we revisit some of our favourite examples of the Conservative Party being Very Bad At Internet.
The former foreign secretary has exposed himself – revealing a hypocritical, lazy and self-absorbed man with absolutely no ability to lead.
After eating out of garbage cans and hustling through music school, a car crash nearly killed Xavier Dphrepaulezz. Then he reinvented himself as Fantastic Negrito.
In June 2017, Ana Brnabić became the Serbian Prime Minister – making her the country’s first ever gay politician. But one year on, what’s really changed?