Standing up to be counted The acronym BAME : Black, Asian minority ethnic, may be relatively new but this community’s growing numbers have changed
British Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to boost living standards after years of austerity, as he bids for a second term in power. Cameron
Britain’s opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband has unveiled his shop window of election promises, as he bids to become the country’s next prime
It is a boost for the UK Independence Party of Nigel Farage, just a week after the British election campaign got underway. A candidate for the ruling
“No clear winner” was a common verdict after the main TV debate before Britain’s highly unpredictable general election on May 7. In an unusual
Britain’s main political party leaders go head-to-head tonight in the first and only full televised debate of the general election campaign. It has
The Israeli elections appear to have left the two main parties, Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud and Isaac Herzog’s Zionist Union neck and neck so the
Running mates former justice minister Tzipi Livni and Labour Party leader Isaac Herzog are not an obvious electoral alliance teaming up against Prime
Ahead of a general election in May, the opposition Labour party has 36 percent of voter support - according to the latest opinion poll.
Opinion polls ahead of Sunday's election have shown the left-wing Syriza party pulling ahead of New Democracy. But undecided voters hold the key to th
Sri Lanka’s President Mahinda Rajapaksa has conceded defeat in the country’s presidential election, saying he would oversee a peaceful transition of
It appears that, politically at least, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has scored a great victory in the snap election he called, where exit polls
Sweden is set to go to the polls on March 22 next year in a snap election called after the centre-left minority government lost a budget vote in parliament.
Israelis will head back to the polls on March 17 in early elections triggered by a crisis in the coalition government. Having only taken office last
On Sunday, Bulgaria will vote in a general election for a fifth government in under two rocky years.
The vote could produce another fragile
In the Netherlands any fears that the Dutch people would punish the country’s pro-European parties for the euro crisis were quickly dispelled on
Greece woke up to a new political reality on Monday morning – one which seems set, once again, to tip it and Europe into a period of deep
Clear skies in Greece are in stark contrast to the uncertainty it is going through, under political stormclouds. Voters are asked to elect a new