Democrats have taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives in the midterm elections, while president Donald Trump’s Republicans have maintained control of the Senate.
Americans are voting in the most hotly contested midterm elections in recent history today, against a political backdrop of division and polarisation.
U.S. president Donald Trump, yesterday, insulted ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega as he called upon her to ask a question at a White House press conference. Continue reading WATCH: Trump insults reporter: “I know you’re not thinking. You never do”
Earlier this week, the U.S. president found himself embroiled in legal and political scandal. Continue reading Trump’s America: Impeaching the president?
When the Prime Minister called for a General Election on April 18, Jeremy Corbyn was seen by many as the outsider; unfathomable that he might come close to Downing Street.
This morning The Times published a YouGov poll, predicting a hung parliament. Continue reading Are we watching a repeat of the U.S. election taking place in the UK?
Yesterday, the President of the United States fired the man leading an investigation into his ties with Russia. Continue reading The fallout after Trump fires the director of the FBI
The Leader of the Opposition today launched Labour’s campaign for June’s General Election. Continue reading Corbyn launches populist campaign for Downing Street as he vows to rise against the media and the establishment