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The creation of the Presidential Prime Minister

The rise of both the affluence and power of America has produced an appealing and unavoidable advertisement for Presidential democracy. How far has Britain’s enduring Parliamentary system, including its Prime Minister, been seduced by this offer of an autonomous and enviable power position, collected into one office?

Future predictions from our current political climate

The UK’s politics has never fluctuated more frequently than these last few years. David Evans tries to make sense of it all to give you an idea of what could happen in the not-to-distant future. Unless something changes, in which case this article is complete nonsense…

Politics review #5

Your essential guide to local politics (and more). Inside this special edition: a child is born; a peasants’ revolt; a diplomatic row; a WORLD EXCLUSIVE on Christianity and politics; and five referendums (can you spot them all?). Also: a quiz question!

Fantastic Mr Fox

Liam Fox has become something of a Brexit Superstar in recent months. Could his dislike of the EU help him outfox his rivals to become the next PM?