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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?

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?

Politics review #4

Our political editor brings you all the local politics you’ll ever need — and more! Inside this edition, find out: Who is Larry the Lion? Who is Sue? (again) Who has been following the money? Who will speak for Bristol?

The Art of the Deal

As Cameron’s negotiating prowess is called into question by the press and his own MPs, our political editor wonders whether anyone else could get a better deal.

Ban The Biased BBC!

Another day, another accusation of bias against the BBC. Our political editor examines the charges levelled at the world’s oldest national broadcasting organisation.