Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses the latest political developments as MPs return to the House of Commons from summer recess.
Dr Soeren Keil offers three reasons why the PM will not be able to deliver Brexit by the end of October.
Professor David Bates looks at the character of new Prime Minister Boris Johnson through the prism of political theory.
In light of the recent incidents is the Straits of Hormuz and Gibraltar, Professor Peter Vujakovic explores the geopolitical importance of the world’s seas and waterways.
Following the publication of the latest Sutton Trust report on social mobility, Professor David Bates, looks at the implications an unequal society can have on democracy.
The debate on EU withdrawal has laid divisions in both the Labour and Conservatives parties. Paul Anderson asks what’s next for Brexit?
As we edge closer to ‘Brexit Day,’ Dr Laura Cashman writes about how a feminist analysis can help us look at the issues from an alternative point of view, where the personal is always political.
Dr Kate Smith looks at why school children are risking detention on Friday to stand-up for their beliefs.
Dr Susan Kenyon explains how lessons learnt from operation stack needs to be used for a county-wide transport plan in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Max Stafford looks at how recent protests in France could impact upon the French Presidency.