By Areeq Chowdhury. In 2005, the European Court of Human Rights declared that the UK’s blanket ban on prisoners voting in elections was illegal and violated human rights. A 12-year … Continue reading Judges should decide which prisoners can retain the right to vote
By Tess Woolfenden. This year marks 100 years since Parliament passed the Representation of the People Act – the act that extended the vote to women in Britain for the … Continue reading Intersectional Suffrage: A focus on the women that didn’t get the vote in 1918
By Alex Campbell. It is a constantly repeated mantra that ‘young people today’ in the UK and Europe are uninterested in politics. Voter turnout is falling rapidly and the youth … Continue reading Youth apathy on a European scale?