Celebrations have erupted across India after its Supreme Court has decriminalised gay sex in an historic ruling.
Malcolm Turnbull has been ousted as Prime Minister of Australia and as leader of the Liberal Party after being forced out in a leadership contest.
Britain is at a political crossroads. Whilst the country faces its most signifcant challenge since the end of the Second World War, both the governing party and the opposition are […]
In a landslide vote, the Republic of Ireland has voted to repeal a constitutional ban on abortion.
On the 30th anniversary of Section 28, I take a look at the law, its legacy and how it could happen again.
The possibility of mandatory voter ID to tackle an infinitesimally small rate of voter fraud risks disfranchising millions of vulnerable people.
Anti-Brexit, scrap tuition fees for science courses and a universal basic income: meet Renew, the ‘UKIP of the centre’.
Yesterday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a historic summit. Here is a timeline of the conflict on the Korean peninsula.
It is less than a month until voters in Ireland will cast their ballots on whether to legalise abortion. Here is what you need to know about the upcoming referendum.