The next leader of the Liberal Democrats will face a fundamental choice, writes Mark Leftly – does the party want to be a liberal, social democratic force, or a single-issue pressure group?
Wes Streeting has been among the Labour leaderships’ strongest critics. After the general election, he says Jeremy Corbyn deserves the respect of all wings of his party – but still has work to do to convince the public that he can make the final step into government
At the age of 74, Vince Cable is on the verge of securing the Liberal Democrat leadership. But the former business secretary insists he is signing up to be far more than a ‘caretaker’. He talks to Mark Leftly.
Wondering what to expect from the DUP? Mark Leftly gets chapter and verse from politicians who have had direct dealings with Northern Ireland’s power party
Some familiar names will be facing off against each other when the country goes to the polls next month. Mark Leftly runs through the general election rematches