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More than 75% of British public are against large animals in zoos
With less than two years to go until the next General Election, and with more than 75% of the British public against large animals in zoos, it is time that Parliament improves animal welfare.
UK economic crisis leads to the country’s longest recession yet
Unemployment is predicted to double and interest rates are to reach 3% in 2022, as the UK economic crisis worsens the cost of living once more.
Do we need a general election?
In less than two months, two Conservative Prime Ministers have resigned - it begs the question, do we need a general election?
Will the Labour Party win the next general election?
The Labour Party has achieved its largest poll lead in over two decades over the Conservatives; is this enough to win the next general election?
Researchers say political adverts don’t work on swing voters
New study suggests that both positive and negative election video ads are unlikely to sway voters from the opposition New study explored supporters on both democratic and republican sides of the 2018 US midterm election and discovered that they are more likely to be moved or angered by political advertising...
POPREBEL & FATIGUE projects: Populism & illiberalism in Europe
Jan Kubik and Alicja Haran discuss the POPREBEL and FATIGUE projects, which engage with the rise of populism & illiberalism in Central and Eastern Europe.
Flexibility and smart analytics are critical to electoral canvass efficiency
William Quinton, Head of Elections, Idox, ponders what the Japanese relay team can teach us about harnessing technology to optimise the annual electoral canvas.
Three quarters of young people want a Politics GCSE
After a year of unprecedented politics, a new APPG on Political Literacy has launched - from Brexit to Black Lives Matter, young people appear to be highly politically engaged without any formal support in schools.
Tech giants froze President Trump’s accounts as extremists broke into Senate
Twitter and Facebook froze President Donald Trump's accounts to discourage the extremists who broke into the Capitol Building - but was it too little, too late?
What do Americans really think about climate change?
Climate Insights 2020 assessed 27,661 people across different States, to explore what Americans really think about climate change.
FBI warning on election interference applies to public sector organisations
Pascal Geenens, director of threat intelligence for Radware, looks at the misinformation risks facing public sector organisations in 2020 - who is to blame?
Preserving the integrity, accuracy and safety of the US voting process
Michael Sparks, Director of Government Sales at Zebra Technologies, explains how the safety of the US voting process can be improved with specific technology.
Does American voting behaviour prioritise loyalty or democracy?
With the 2020 Election looming, Yale researchers investigate how American voting behaviour is impacted by undemocratic acts from candidates.
How can one innocent click change your voting decision?
For those watching voting decisions, a combination of psychology and technology is changing political rivalry from agenda-based to influence-based.
How will COVID-19 impact US-China trade relations?
Gidon Gautel, China Foresight Project Coordinator at LSE IDEAS, discusses how COVID-19 could impact US-China trade relations as the economy attempts to recover.
Turkey and COVID-19: Success, turmoil, insecurity and opportunity
Dr Ahmet Erdi Öztürk, expert on Turkish politics, discusses the ongoing realities of Turkey and COVID-19.
Putin and the pandemic: Testing the paradoxes of Putinism
Professor Richard Sakwa is a seasoned expert on President Putin: Here he unpacks Russian leadership during COVID-19, exploring the paradoxes of Putinism.
Dangers of anonymity within a digital democracy
Stephen Ufford, Chairman of the Board at Trulioo, discusses the dangers of anonymity within a digital democracy following an increase in voting-related cybercrime.
Our actions decide what we read online, algorithms are only a part of it
In light of scandals like Cambridge Analytica, Tor Richardson Golinski, Amelia Harshfield and Advait Deshpande dissect the truths of who decides what we read online.
What are the changes for UK employment law in 2020?
In this article, Sean Dempsey and Richard Lister of UK law firm, Lewis Silkin take a look at what’s coming up in UK employment law in 2020.
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