Opinion polls suggest that neither of the two main political blocs are likely to secure a majority after Poland’s autumn parliamentary election and that a radical right party may hold the balance of power. Continue reading Will the radical right Confederation emerge as kingmaker after this year’s Polish election?
TikTok has taken the world by storm in recent years, with many politicians now using it as a key platform of communication with voters. Continue reading TikTok: Why is the popular app so controversial?
Having fought off Bernie Sanders from the Left and Donald Trump from the Right, the nation’s oldest ever President was expected to complete one term before handing responsibility off to one of his younger Democrat colleagues. Continue reading Joe Biden’s unheralded 2024 run could put Trump back in the White House
Dominic Raab should never have been deputy Prime Minister. He should never have been Justice Secretary. He should never have been in Cabinet at all. Continue reading Dominic Raab’s resignation and the lack of talent in the Tory Party
Defending the former Pope’s legacy may only swing a relatively small number of voters, but in a closely fought election this could be decisive in helping the right-wing ruling party to secure another outright parliamentary majority. Continue reading How will the debate surrounding Pope John Paul II’s legacy affect the Polish election?
Another blow to the European left comes from yesterday’s voting in Finland. Continue reading Finnish election: A new right wind blows in northern Europe