The Parliamentary Standards Commissioner, Electoral Commission and Cabinet Office will not be looking into remarks by a former member of the Government that introduced the controversial policy
In the latest in a series of damning testimonies from voters across England, Byline Times reveals how the new mandatory voter ID requirements have created confusion, frustration - and potentially a real risk of discrimination. Josiah Mortimer reports.
It is almost as though Queen Elizabeth’s death has brought down the old scaffolding, writes Jonathan Lis
King Charles' Coronation is a missed opportunity to move monarchy into the modern era, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
Introducing an electoral system of proportional representation should take priority over conversations about the future nature of Britain's head of state, writes AC Grayling
Baroness Jenny Jones explores how reform of the monarchy could work better for our democracy
Campaigners warn of vote-splitting as new analysis finds that the ‘progressive’ vote will be more split than the right in 69% of England’s council wards on 4 May
Just a fraction of the two million people who lack photo ID have applied for the government's free scheme. How many will be denied a vote - or simply not bother - on Thursday? Josiah Mortimer reports
Iain Overton looks at the hyperbole around post-Brexit Britain, and how nationalist exceptionalism blinds us to our real problems and their remedies
His spokesman told Byline Times that the Labour Leader has a "long-standing view against PR"