Marine Le Pen is seen as part of the same populist backlash that led a majority of British voters to support Brexit.
David Downing has worked for Dod's Parliamentary Communications and as a researcher in the Houses of Parliament. A Master's graduate from the University of Hull, he has attended and presented research at various academic conferences in the United Kingdom on topics ranging from political thought to surveillance, security and terrorism.
The council elections are a preview of the upcoming general election and a test for Scotland’s separatists.
Theresa May seems assured of victory, but she might not win as big as the polls predict.
One-nation conservatism is vindicated in Copeland while Labour’s defeat there bolsters Jeremy Corbyn’s critics.
The liberals have been winning local elections by casting themselves as the only pro-EU party and an alternative to Labour.
A sense of normalcy is returning in liberated Eastern Mosul. In Western Mosul, the Islamic State still rules.
In Britain and the United States, people rebelled against the preferences of college-educated, city elites.
The United Kingdom could find itself slipping into a gap between a less effective NATO and a tighter EU.
Silvio Berlusconi was brash, politically incorrect and did lasting damage to Italians’ trust in the political class.
Young voters feel let down by their elders who voted to withdraw Britain from the European Union.
Jeremy Corbyn loses half his shadow cabinet amid rumors that parliamentarians are considering a Labour split.
If there is a single takeaway from the local elections in Britain, it’s that both major parties did… meh.