Updated : 24/05/2024
 
Politics
Independent
24/05/2024 11:28:35 AM
Ten top Tories at risk of losing seats at the general election
Curtice warns Sunak that victory would ‘biggest turnaround in history’
Rishi Sunak makes gaffe over Welsh team’s Euro’s absence
General election 2024: Tories hit new low of 26 points behind Labour
What are Reform UK’s chances now Farage has ducked the election?
Gloom for PM as Rwanda flights won’t take off – and more Tories quit
Jeremy Corbyn set to stand as independent against Labour at election
Tories hit new poll low after Sunak called snap election
Rishi Sunak loses ‘depraved’ £1,000 Rwanda bet with Piers Morgan
John Rentoul answers election questions — from polls to predictions
Can Rishi Sunak reverse the fate of the Tory party?
How many seats could the Liberal Democrats and Reform UK win?
How Tory MPs snubbed Sunak’s rally to drown their sorrows at the bar
General election 2024 live: Tories hit new poll low of 26 points behind Labour
Jeremy Corbyn set to stand as independent against Labour at general election
Nigel Farage says he will not stand in general election in bombshell announcement
Mapped: All the MPs standing down at the next election
Will tactical voting be a factor in the general election?
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is betting that calmer economic conditions will get him re-elected
Will tactical voting be a factor in the general election?
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is betting that calmer economic conditions will get him re-elected
What laws can the government pass before the general election?
Rishi Sunak is terrified of Reform UK, Richard Tice says
Labour leader Keir Starmer is often called dull. But he might be Britain's next prime minister
Rishi Sunak hopes record number of TV debates can save Tories
Jersey set to move ahead with assisted dying for terminally ill people
What are Labour and the Conservatives key manifesto policies?
Man in hi-vis jacket who questioned Rishi Sunak is Tory councillor
What is voter ID and why is it controversial?
The best Rishi Sunak memes as PM is drowned out during election speech
Rishi Sunak ridiculed after basic conversation about football goes totally wrong
Trump family mocked for releasing 'limited edition' Black card
Brits divided on whether to call general election 'genny lec' or 'snappy gen'
Rishi Sunak admits no Rwanda flights will take off before election
Tory MP says he won’t cancel holiday for general election campaign
General Election 2024: Everything you need to know about voting
Nigel Farage says he will not stand in general election
Ask John Rentoul anything as Rishi Sunak calls July snap election
UK politicians set off on a 6-week election campaign framed as choice between continuity and change
China sending lethal equipment to Russia for Ukraine war, Shapps warns
Why are UK elections always on a Thursday?
Security ejection and back-up umbrellas: Inside Sunak’s campaign rally
‘Drown & out’: How the papers covered Sunak’s election announcement
Sky News crew thrown out of Tory election campaign launch live on air
Watch: Rishi Sunak launches Tory general election campaign
Watch: Aerials of central London as Sunak calls snap general election
Why did Rishi Sunak choose 4 July for polling day?
How Rishi Sunak’s Tories and Keir Starmer’s Labour stand in the polls
Rishi Sunak announces 4 July general election
Post Office inquiry: Paula Vennells seeks to salvage reputation
BBC Politics
23/05/2024 11:28:20 PM
Rishi Sunak announces 4 July general election Sunak revealed the date in a rain-soaked Downing Street speech, as Labour's 1997 election anthem blared from a nearby street.
Sunak launches campaign as election date set for July Attribution
Chris Mason: Why did Sunak decide to call a summer election? Attribution
Election poll tracker: How do the parties compare? Attribution
Rishi Sunak's and Keir Starmer's speeches in full Attribution
My feet and hands were amputated after sepsis - MP Attribution
Bid to extend police protest powers ruled unlawful Attribution
How MPs turned to BBC for clarity on election gossip. Video, 00:01:13How MPs turned to BBC for clarity on election gossip Attribution
Watch: Rishi Sunak's election announcement in full. Video, 00:07:44Watch: Rishi Sunak's election announcement in full Attribution
Election is 'chance to change for the better' - Starmer. Video, 00:01:04Election is 'chance to change for the better' - Starmer Attribution
People are crying out for change - Ed Davey. Video, 00:01:10People are crying out for change - Ed Davey Attribution
Disrespectful to have election in school holidays, say SNP. Video, 00:01:16Disrespectful to have election in school holidays, say SNP Attribution
A simple guide to the 4 July general election Attribution
21:09 22 MaySunak announces UK general election for 4 July, published at 21:09 22 MaySunak announces UK general election for 4 July Attribution
20:05 22 MayHow MPs turned to BBC for clarity on election gossip. Video, 00:01:13, published at 20:05 22 MayHow MPs turned to BBC for clarity on election gossip Attribution
19:41 22 MayDisrespectful to have election in school holidays, say SNP. Video, 00:01:16, published at 19:41 22 MayDisrespectful to have election in school holidays, say SNP Attribution
19:39 22 MayRishi Sunak's and Keir Starmer's speeches in full, published at 19:39 22 MayRishi Sunak's and Keir Starmer's speeches in full Attribution
19:34 22 MayVoters ‘distraught’ by direction of Conservatives - Greens. Video, 00:00:59, published at 19:34 22 MayVoters ‘distraught’ by direction of Conservatives - Greens Attribution
19:13 22 MayA simple guide to the 4 July general election, published at 19:13 22 MayA simple guide to the 4 July general election Attribution
18:56 22 MayElection poll tracker: How do the parties compare?, published at 18:56 22 MayElection poll tracker: How do the parties compare? Attribution
18:24 22 MayPeople are crying out for change - Ed Davey. Video, 00:01:10, published at 18:24 22 MayPeople are crying out for change - Ed Davey Attribution
18:15 22 MayWatch: Rishi Sunak's election announcement in full. Video, 00:07:44, published at 18:15 22 MayWatch: Rishi Sunak's election announcement in full Attribution
18:06 22 MayElection is 'chance to change for the better' - Starmer. Video, 00:01:04, published at 18:06 22 MayElection is 'chance to change for the better' - Starmer Attribution
17:39 22 MayChris Mason: Why did Sunak call an election now?, published at 17:39 22 MayChris Mason: Why did Sunak call an election now? Attribution
17:25 22 MayWatch: Moment Rishi Sunak calls general election. Video, 00:00:22, published at 17:25 22 MayWatch: Moment Rishi Sunak calls general election Attribution
15:12 22 MayRumours about election feel different this time, published at 15:12 22 MayRumours about election feel different this time Attribution
14:47 22 MayWhat photo ID will you need to vote in the general election?, published at 14:47 22 MayWhat photo ID will you need to vote in the general election? Attribution

Politics.co.uk
12/05/2024 04:43:47 PM
Wall Street Is Sending a Bullish Signal for S&P 500 Earnings
Fast Casual Dining Hurt by Consumer Struggles
Cooling Core Inflation Will Offer Minimal Relief to the Fed
ExclusiveApple Nears Deal With OpenAI to Put ChatGPT on iPhoneThe two sides have been finalizing terms for a pact to use ChatGPT features in Apple’s iOS 18, the next iPhone operating system.
Apple Says No Major App Developers Accept New Outside Payments
Apple Scores Win in Labor Case Involving Fired Retail Staff
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Anglo Investors Tell Company to Move Faster to Survive BHP BidThe 107-year-old miner may unveil a turnaround plan as soon as the coming week.
South African Unions Urge Anglo Holders to Reject BHP Bid
Botswana Vows to Protect Interests in Potential BHP-Anglo Deal
What Is ESG Investing and Why Is It Under Fire?
Tariffs and Timidity Are Driving US Carmakers into a DitchBy David Fickling, Columnist
Microsoft’s Hedge Against OpenAI Makes Perfect SenseBy Parmy Olson, Columnist
Tory Party Defectors Flee a Clearly Sinking ShipBy Martin Ivens, Columnist
How Singapore Became Asia’s Wealthiest Nation.Bloomberg Originals examines the challenges facing the new prime minister to keep Singapore on top.
The Spectator
24/05/2024 11:28:36 AM
Has Sunak’s Farage gamble just paid off?
Obesity isn’t an ‘illness’
Simon Case's worst moments
In Kharkiv, culture is a form of defence
What will Europe look like in the future?
What’s really behind the Tories’ present woes?
How Margaret Thatcher could have saved London’s skyline
Ex-SNP chief’s charge sheet submitted to Crown Office
Watch: Sunak’s Welsh football blunder
Why Le Pen is happy to cut ties with the AfD
Reform’s election launch overshadowed by Farage
SNP’s Matheson handed suspension and salary cut over iPad scandal
This election couldn’t come at a worse time for the SNP
Will Nvidia stock keep going up?
Rishi’s Rwanda row back shows he is hopeless at politics
Ireland is rewarding Hamas for 7 October
My message for Columbia’s protesting students
What happened to the electric car revolution?
What will Europe look like in the future?
Obesity isn’t an ‘illness’
BBC1’s new Rebus is the kind of TV detective they just don’t make any more
Sunak’s speech was embarrassingly bad
Are Labour really nailed on to win?
The general election has ruined prospects of an early rate cut
What will Europe look like in the future?
Cyclists are the Jeremy Corbyns of the road
The hell of interior design From Spectator Life
Real Southerners never liked Elvis From Spectator Life
My teeth are falling out. I won’t miss them From Spectator Life
The stressful world of the Chelsea Flower Show From Spectator Life
The best bottle to come from the Gigondas
Guns, drugs and beatings – I loved boarding school From Spectator Life
Real Southerners never liked Elvis From Spectator Life
The deluge: Rishi Sunak’s election gamble Only a Conservative government, led by me, will not put our hard-earned economic stability at risk, said Rishi Sunak as he announced a general election on the steps of Downing Street in the pouring rain. Upon these words, the Labour anthem Things Can Only Get Better boomed out from the street. The din made the
What happened to the electric car revolution?
In Kharkiv, culture is a form of defence
The shadow fleet helping Russia to evade sanctions
Anti-Semitism has returned to French politics
The weird, hypnotic world of Willie Nelson
Bristol’s new concert hall is extremely fine
The unstoppable rise of country music
The jaw-dropping story of the British Museum thefts
BBC1’s new Rebus is the kind of TV detective they just don’t make any more
The new Mad Max film is a betrayal of everything that made Fury Road so good
Suppress your groans: this women-only show is fascinating
Guns, drugs and beatings – I loved boarding school From Spectator Life



New Statesman

24/05/2024 11:28:35 AM
The biggest risk facing Labour
Rather than people flooding to the Tories, the danger is a quiet scepticism which means them not voting at all.
Why Conservatives are furious with Rishi Sunak
Inside the mind of Franz Kafka
What you need to know about private markets
Why the Tories should fear Reform
Deepfake technology endangers us all
What will Labour’s campaign look like?
The Tories have no hope of avoiding defeat
Rishi Sunak’s dismal election launch mirrors Tory fears
An ICC warrant for Netanyahu will divide Europe
Ali Abbasi’s gift to Donald Trump at Cannes
The new Great Game
As China and the US compete for power and resources, Europe is left a bystander. By Helen Thompson
Writing America, from the outside
Dan Poulter: “I voted for policies that I would not now vote for”
The rise and decline of the No 10 Policy Unit
The Clarksonification of the countryside
Tate Britain’s revelatory exhibition of women artists
The myth of progressive Catholicism
What does Labour Together want?
Director Josh Simons on the think tank’s political and ideological project.
Nigel Farage could help destroy the Conservatives
Keir Starmer’s real mission: to overhaul how government works
Will Robert Jenrick’s Tory leadership pitch work?
Scottish Labour is embracing the politics of difference
Do Tory defections to Labour herald a realignment?
Will a Labour government face a mayors’ revolt?
The ICC’s milestone decision
How the court’s move to seek an arrest warrant for Benjamin Netanyahu will hurt – and possibly help – him.
The grim reality behind Russian advances in Ukraine
The future starts in South Africa
The battle for the worst job in America
Columbia’s campus uprising
War and the West Bank
Election season has begun!
The Great Stink: how England came to swim in sewage
Are there any Tory MPs Labour wouldn’t welcome?
Will Starmer stick to his pledges?
The rise of playlist politics
The biggest threat to freedom in the West is liberalism itself
The rise of WhatsApp government
How hormones rule our lives
From sex to eating, birth to body temperature, our physical selves do what our chemical masters tell us. By Pippa Bailey
In defence of the King Charles portrait
The 2024 International Booker shortlist reviewed
Alice Munro was the writer’s writer
The birth of the Blue Rider group
Olivia Rodrigo’s guts-spilling, rabble-rousing tour
Revisiting Richard and Linda Thompson’s folk-rock masterpiece
Revealed: the Tory peer linked to £3.8bn in government contracts
The truth about Sleepy Joe
The QE theory of everything
Labour may never embrace tax rises
Abolishing National Insurance is a great idea
Mr Tinker vs the taxman
Britain’s wealthiest must improve their philanthropic record
The Conservatives treat social care as an afterthought
It’s time to recognise the link between housing and health
How to start a manufacturing renaissance
Will banning cigarettes create a smoke-free generation?
What Keir Starmer needs to tell Britain
Dan Poulter: “I voted for policies that I would not now vote for”
Walking into the past
Reshaping the gig economy: union representation and worker protections – with Uber
Data science can help developers design future-proof infrastructure
Where do we get the money to fix the world’s biggest problems? – with ONE
Time for Labour to turn the tide on children’s health