Following calls from Labour MPs to not put up a candidate in Richmond Park, John Spellar rejects the proposal and argues his party should not form a progressive alliance with the Liberal Democrats.
Saga UK responds to new research by the Resolution Foundation, which suggests the older generation's large population and high turnout gave them a significant "ballot box advantage" against younger voters and tries to stoke up inter-generational tension
Labour MP John Mann blasts Owen Smith's 'predictable' leadership campaign as a 'shambles'.
Jeremy Corbyn is “puzzled” as to why anyone should think him a “shabby, spineless coward” for failing to make Labour’s case for Remain ahead of the EU referendum.
Speaking ahead of today’s Westminster Hall debate, SNP MP Owen Thompson explains how the media could play a defining role in reviving democratic participation.
Co-Chair of the APPG on Democratic Participation, Baroness Grey-Thompson, writes exclusively for PoliticsHome to mark the publication of the 'Missing Millions' report calling on all young people to #RegisterToVote in elections on May 5th by today's deadline.
In light of pollsters’ failure to predict the 2015 General Election result, the University of Exeter is training computers to correct ‘misreporting’ by cross-examining responses from a larger pool of online surveys.
The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals Associate Director Karen Thomson argues that making the new gov.uk website fit for purpose is an 'urgent job for the next government'