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He's one of the nation's top investigative journalists, and famously uncovered Murdoch's phone hacking scandal. Read our interview with Nick Davies here.
What do you think is the best strategy for Brexit? Darren Grimes and Eric Kostadinov debate it here.
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"We’re not going to be bound by set ideas of how you do politics." Sophie Walker is the leader of the Women's Equality Party, read our interview with her here.
2017 marks 70 years since the foundation of modern India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, read about the legacy of partition, and the current state of India-Pakistan here.
‘Who needs enemies when you have friends like these?’ Our latest piece explores the divisions in the Tory cabinet.
"While repressive dictators, and human rights abuse, among others, were crucial factors sending instability raging through North Africa and the Levant, they were not the complete picture." So, what's the link between the political crises and climate change? Ben Abbs deconstructs the relationship between the two issues.
Uber just lost its license in London, read about the arguments surrounding the issue here.
Luke Walpole sits down with Jeremy Bowen, the BBC’s Middle East News Editor since 2005.
Discover the complex history of the Kurds and their desire for independence from Iraq
Read about Labour's somewhat contradictory stance on Brexit here.
Devolution in the UK, Put Simply.
In our latest head-to-head, Ben Ramanauskas and Robbie Travers lock horns over HS2.
The Role of the British Media, Put Simply
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Millions in Yemen suffer while Syria grabs the headlines. Here's a brief overview of the conflict.
By Managing Director Matt Gillow TalkPolitics believes wholeheartedly in modernising Westminster. In our increasingly digital, technological age – we believe that archaic practices are losing their place. Whilst tradition will always be important, it seems sentimental, and arguably naïve, to protect outdated systems and quirks when technology means we can be more … Continue reading TalkPolitics Report: We Aren’t Ready for Remote E-Voting