Elections

As important as elections are, they can be confusing and dreadful to some. We’re here to explain the world of politics in simple ways, so you can make your mind up and feel confident about who you wish to support.

By Yair Oded

May 5, 2020

Joe Biden should step aside instead of denying recent sexual assault allegations

By Yair Oded

April 10, 2020

Bernie Sanders drops out of the 2020 presidential race. What to expect next?

By Yair Oded

March 27, 2020

How is the coronavirus pandemic affecting the 2020 Democratic primaries?

By Tasmin Lockwood

January 2, 2020

Why the Green party’s whistleblowing manifesto was so important, and what we should learn from it

By Kieren Williams

December 5, 2019

Apathy in politics is what brought us Brexit. Next week, let’s change that

By Bianca Borissova

October 17, 2019

Boris Johnson is talking nonsense to influence your Google search results

By Yair Oded

August 30, 2019

Boris Johnson will suspend the U.K. government, what does this mean for Brexit?

By Camay Abraham

August 12, 2019

Presidential candidates are using Trump as a distraction tactic

By Tahmina Begum

August 1, 2019

Boris Johnson’s ‘diverse cabinet’ is only perpetuating racial stereotypes in politics

By Louis Shankar

May 28, 2019

Theresa May is stepping down, what’s next for Britain?

By Yair Oded

April 12, 2019

Pete Buttigieg’s technology-driven policies are here to revive America

By Yair Oded

March 29, 2019

#WalkAway movement leading an exodus from liberal Democrats to radical Republicans

By Jack Palfrey

March 5, 2019

The Independent Group’s vacuous pseudo-populism is the last thing we need

By Yair Oded

January 25, 2019

Thoughts from the other side: my conversation with a Republican

By Yair Oded

November 9, 2018

The U.S. midterms: after the likes and shares comes the work

By Yair Oded

October 12, 2018

How the hell can we digest Kavanaugh’s confirmation?

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