The arch-Brexiteer won’t make major gains this election, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t succeeded.
Jens Stoltenberg will soon be NATO’s longest-serving leader in a generation. How has he done it?
Though some elements of British campaigns resemble those of American contests, the systems are fundamentally different.
Going to the electorate over and over again won’t necessarily reap different results.
For many of the protests taking place around the world, the lack of an appointed leader is deliberate.
The prime-ministerial hopeful turned London mayoral candidate told The Atlantic that he hopes to build a moderate political movement from the bottom up. But can it be done from city hall?
Every year, Britain commemorates the notorious Catholic conspirator’s failed plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Elsewhere in the world, his reputation is much different.
After the country elected its 20th Etonian prime minister, some are questioning whether its education system is the solution to the country’s stagnant social mobility—or the problem.
Protesters in Iraq and Lebanon are transcending societal divides to oppose political systems that are rooted in division. But can the unity last?
The state of flux European Union nationals living in Britain find themselves in speaks to wider unresolved questions surrounding Brexit.
Nationalism helped drive the Brexit vote. Could it also tear Britain apart?
The State Opening of Parliament and the accompanying Queen’s Speech are steeped in ritual and custom, something that feels incongruous as the country grapples with chaos.
The former Trump strategist has spent the past year trying to bolster far-right parties on the Continent—with little to show for it.
Rory Stewart is the latest British lawmaker to quit his political party—and Westminster.
The Labour Party leader could be the country’s next prime minister, and could well redefine its role in the world.
The former prime minister’s newly released book, For the Record, points to a leader trying to reshape the narrative of a seismic moment in Britain’s history, and the role he played in it.
The Palace of Westminster is in a state of disrepair. Is this an opportunity to completely reimagine how politics should look?
Britain doesn’t want chlorine-washed poultry to be part of a future U.S.-U.K. trade deal. Norway offers lessons in how Washington can win over London.
The country’s monarch is the head of state, but her role is largely ceremonial, and she tries to stay out of politics.
The British prime minister’s latest move effectively dares his opponents to unite against him.