Their protest promised to occupy Westminster, blockading its surrounding roads, for the entirety of the month. But, as October unfolded, the divisive stunts of some protestors – which included throwing tinned soup at a Van Gogh – raised the question: could this form of civil disobedience inspire anything other than public ire?
Kwasi Kwarteng has been sacked as Chancellor of the Exchequer as the government have announced further economic U-turns this afternoon.
Republican organisations refused to use the death of Prince Philip to push their anti-monarchy agenda The Duke of Edinburgh died
Kensington & Chelsea was one of the most marginal boroughs in the country, and in last years General Election it
Jeremy Corbyn announced his imminent resignation as Labour party leader, but who will win the race to replace him? Labour
Boris Johnson was a backbench MP in May when he made what turned out to be an uncannily accurate prediction.
Labour’s Sarah Jones vowed to keep cracking down on knife crime after she retained her seat in Croydon Central. Knife
Our 25-page General Election 2019 edition is here. Read reaction, comment and analysis from EVERY south west London constituency from
Labour comfortably held their seat at Mitcham and Morden as Siobhain McDonagh was re-elected with 27,978 votes, a majority of
Battersea’s victorious MP Marsha de Cordova completed a Labour whitewash in Wandsworth. Ms de Cordova won 27,290 votes, 45.6% of
Britain has elected its first single party majority government in over a decade. So what happens next? Downing Street announced