Politics.co.uk is the UK's leading political news website among MPs and members of the public
With over 150,000 visitors a month, Politics.co.uk's team of journalists produce their stories from deep within the corridors of power in Westminster, where they were the first digital journalists to gain access to the lobby.
Politics.co.uk is an impartial political website with no political affiliation, which prides itself on standing out as an independent voice in a landscape where the norm is to nail your colours to the mast. Our output is overseen by an editorial board comprising of elected representatives from each of the three main political parties and a deputy Speaker of the House of Commons.
Our coverage is informed, in-depth and independent. Our news section provides detailed and revealing coverage of goings-on in Westminster, with added analysis to shine a light on complicated developments. Our comment section promotes challenging and provocative perspectives on controversial issues and brings together experts from across society to provide an inside account of the stories in the news. Politics.co.uk was one of the first websites to use liveblogs to cover major political events, a innovation which is now industry standard across the internet. We still push the envelope on live coverage with our witty take on live events and rolling analysis of developments.
The website also includes unparalleled reference content, explaining political processes and hot topic issues in an easy-to-read manner.
Our editorial team appear regularly on the BBC and Sky, as well as many other news and current affairs stations.
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