By appointing Carlo Fidanza as the head of the Brothers of Italy’s head of delegation to The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group, Giorgia Meloni has acheived a great personal result. Continue reading Brothers of Italy look set to wrestle control of the Italian Right from Matteo Salvini
German Chancellor candidate Armin Laschet faces several challenges as he battles to secure the top office in government, an expert has told Redaction Report. Continue reading Armin Laschet’s uphill battle for the German Chancellorship
Keir Starmer’s failure to deal with Brexit hurt Labour in the UK local elections on Thursday as voters become increasingly frustrated with the party, the Rejoin EU Party have claimed. Continue reading Pro-EU activists slam Starmer’s ‘pitiful’ Brexit performance as pressure mounts on Labour leader over election losses
Polling suggests that a record number of young Poles identify with the left following their mass mobilisation in last autumn’s abortion protests. But this is not translating into increased support for left-wing parties and may simply signify hostility towards Poland’s right-wing government. Continue reading Can younger voters revive the Polish left?
Speaking to Redaction Report Coree Brown Swan from the Centre on Constitutional Change argued that the pro-independence Alba party standing in Thursday’s Holyrood election represents a fracture in the nationalist movement. Continue reading Why the Alba Party makes Scottish Independence ‘more risky’
A seismic shift could be coming to the German politics as the surge of the Green Party could land them in government. Continue reading Annalena Baerbock: Could Germany soon have a Green Chancellor?
Independence has been a hot topic in British politics in recent years. Continue reading Londependence? Meet the candidates trying to draw more autonomy to the capital
With more than 300 candidates standing across the United Kingdom at all levels of government, the resurgence of activity from the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) may worry Labour at the local level. Continue reading How the Trade Union and Socialist Coalition are hoping to push Starmer’s Labour left
With leftists winning across the continent in the past two years, the notion that Latin America were experiencing a resurgent Pink Tide after a conservative counter-wave last decade grew stronger. Continue reading Anti-Correa sentiment delayed the Pink Tide in Ecuador
The Senate is said to be the saucer that cools the hot cup of the House of Representatives – but the existence of the filibuster doesn’t so much help to cool proceedings as it does freeze them. Continue reading Abolishing the filibuster would transform US politics