It is a truth universally acknowledged that an American politician in possession of a House or Senate seat must be perpetually engaged in campaigning....
"Covid is ripping apart public confidence in institutions globally: at least in Canada, we tell ourselves, we still get to speak our conscience. But what if my conscience tells me that these institutions need to be rebuilt from the ground up?"
One lucky candidate will become our new supreme leader on Thursday night, assuming charge of a groaning bureaucracy that claims to run everything that happens in Oxford while giving off the unnerving impression that it does absolutely nothing
Police and Crime Commissioner candidates for Thames Valley have published their manifestos for elections on 6 May. Cherwell asked them for their views on...
"On 6 May, local elections will be taking place across the UK. ... The deadline for registration is Sunday 19 April."
In Oxford, no two phrases seem more entangled than “scandal” and “the Oxford Union”. The controversies are seemingly endless. From the words and actions...
Christ Church's Junior Censor criticised hustings challenges which, she said, "in most cases involve men imposing challenges on women, expecting them to go along with them for the fun".
What is the future of Ukraine's wary yet hopefully electorate?
Popular issues with the young politicians include homelessness, career politics, and local governance
Despite promises of a new dawn from both left and right, Italy's political landscape looks increasingly uncertain
This year sees a three-way race for the presidency. Turnout currently stands under 20 per cent.
Labour relief, Tory frustration and cross-party anticipation for the general election fight ahead are all on show, writes Iris Kaye-Smith