The rise and fall in support for British political parties
How the distribution of the popular vote has been shared between Britain’s main political parties since the 1950s
How Antonin Scalia compared with other Supreme Court justices
Charting the swing vote in the US Supreme Court, and finding a flaw in the New York Times while we’re at it
The influence of the United States on Latin American political systems
How the American Revolution, the Monroe Doctrine, and the Roosevelt Corollary shaped democracy in Latin America
After a farcical display in parliament, what will the legacy of the digital economy bill be?
As the digital economy bill becomes the Digital Economy Act 2010, I think about the legacy of that political process
Nick Davies on Rupert Murdoch and the digital economy bill
A battle is emerging: the people of the planet against its media proprietors. Who’s going to win?
House of Lords debates the digital economy bill
Britain’s upper chamber of parliament debates the controversial bill during its second reading
Stop Peter Mandelson’s digital economy bill becoming law
Find time to write to your MP and protest the digital economy bill
How much do we pay our MPs?
Britain’s MPs were first paid a salary in 1911. How has it changed since?