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Labour Party
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Speaker Lindsay Hoyle sparks chaos: Five steps to understanding why MPs stormed out of Parliament during Gaza vote

6 min read
Chaos unfolded in the House of Commons as Conservative and SNP MPs walked out during a Gaza ceasefire debate due to the Speaker’s decision to accept a Labour amendment – a procedural issue that eventually overshadowed the discussion on the conflict in Gaza.

Wellingborough and Kingswood by-elections: It’s never been this bad for the Conservatives, and it could still get worse

5 min read
The Tories’ by-election losses in Wellingborough and Kingswood reflect substantial shifts towards Labour amid a backdrop of resignations and controversies, dissatisfaction, particularly in economic stewardship and leadership, where Labour demonstrates strength.

Labour scaling back its £28 billion green pledge will impact UK housing – and public health

5 min read
Too often government policy is not designed with the long-term in mind. Instead, short-term economic outcomes and political gains are prioritised – to the detriment of public health.

Have Conservative councils started placing more children in care each year than Labour councils?

5 min read
We investigated whether rates of children in care have been growing or falling across all English local authorities according to their party political leadership.

Four trends you’ll see in online election campaigns this year

5 min read
In the 2024 election campaign, TikTok gains prominence alongside traditional platforms. Parties use diverse digital advertising channels like Google and YouTube, focusing on specific demographics.

Labour’s £28 billion green investment promise could be watered down

6 min read
Labour leader Keir Starmer faces pressure over Labour’s proposed £28 billion yearly investment in green initiatives. Critics fear fiscal liability, while supporters argue for urgent climate action despite potential political backlash.

Should we believe Rishi Sunak’s hint that the election will be in October?

6 min read
Rishi Sunak has hinted at a general election in the second half of the year, giving the Conservatives time to narrow Labour’s lead. Sunak hopes for signs of economic recovery, with anticipated tax cuts in the spring potentially boosting the polls.
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