The French elections were a mixed bag for President Macron. Continue reading French elections: How far can Macron’s centrism take him?￼
The imperative to the maintain European unity in the face of Russian aggression has put the EU political establishment under pressure to de-escalate its ‘rule of law’ conflict with Poland’s right-wing ruling party, which is prepared to compromise as long as it does not have to abandon the core of its judicial reform programme. Continue reading How will Poland’s ‘rule of law’ dispute with the EU political establishment develop?
Karina, a Kherson resident, tells Redaction Report about the horrors living under Russia occupation in Ukraine. Continue reading Life under Russian occupation – how are Ukrainians faring after four brutal months of Putin’s aggression?
While the UK remains under the grip of Tory governance, one of our four home nations offers a glimmer of hope. Continue reading Progressive governments should take note of Wales’ basic income pilot
Nearly two months on from the Northern Irish assembly election, the county is still without a first and deputy first minister. Continue reading WATCH: What’s happening with Northern Ireland’s political gridlock?
Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s strong performance in the French legislative elections may drive Emmanuel Macron’s party to the right, an expert has said. Continue reading Mélenchon and the French Left dent Macron’s centrist ambitions
A major, decisive vote – signalling public outrage at the establishment – sent shockwaves through government on June 23. Continue reading If there were a Progressive Alliance, this is what it should look like…
Gustavo Petro, a guerilla fighter turned socialist politician, narrowly saw off the centre-right Rodolfo Hernandez last week to continue the flow of the Pink Tide across Latin America. Continue reading Petro’s pro-environment victory keeps Pink Tide flowing in South America
After dramatic legislative elections in France, President Macron’s party has been left short of a majority. Continue reading Redaction Report full show June ’22: Centrism in France & Northern Ireland deadlock
The number of small boat crossings has been rising rapidly, data from the ministry of defence suggests. Continue reading Hostile policies will not deter refugees fleeing war