In the UK, campaigns to increase the uptake of British Sign Language in schools, including potentially through a GCSE in England, are currently gaining in strength.…Read more
Here we look at existing sanctioning powers available to the UK, and consider how Brexit will change sanctions policy.
A Times investigation has lead to accusations the Home Office is failing to protect British victims of forced marriage overseas.…Read more
What would happen if the UK left the EU without a withdrawal agreement? …Read more
Final plans to update constituency boundaries were published on 10 September 2018. What is the boundary review and what are the next steps? …Read more
The latest available data shows that SNP membership has surpassed the latest reported Conservative membership figures.…Read more
Some argue that NATO’s 20% equipment target is more meaningful than the 2% GDP target. …Read more
Where do migration statistics come from, and what should you bear in mind when interpreting them?…Read more
A new series from the House of Commons Library explains the origins of migrations statistics and what you should be aware of when interpreting them.…Read more
What is a ‘recall election’ and how can one be held in the UK?…Read more
The rise in interest rates is still very low by historical standards.
The smart meter roll-out began in 2011 but has faced a number of challenges and re-occurring delays. …Read more
The EU was UK’s largest trading partner in 2017, accounting for 44% of UK exports of goods and services and 53% of UK imports.…Read more
How will the Government implement or amend EU law during a potential transition period?…Read more
On the 20th anniversary of the Government of Wales Act 1998, we look back at how devolution has progressed in the country.…Read more