Jacob Rees-Mogg and Therese Coffey among unmasked on Tory frontbench during Budget
Members of the government's frontbench were split over whether a face mask should be worn in the Commons as they gathered to hear the chancellor deliver the Budget.
Masks made mandatory again for parliamentary staff - but not for MPs
Masks have been made mandatory again for staff in parliament except MPs - sparking accusations that politicians are behaving as if they are "above the rules".
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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was target of organized hate campaign on Twitter, report says
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has said that she was the "most trolled person" in the world, referring to the online abuse she received in 2019, a year she partially spent on maternity leave.
These Trump fans were at the Capitol on 6 January. Now they're running for office
One of the candidates filmed himself on the Capitol steps. Another clambered over scaffolding and waved others forward towards the building.
Studying political science motivates college students to register and vote
Community college students who take political science classes are more likely to register to vote, turn out to vote and understand constitutional checks and balances.
'It is bullying, pure and simple': being a woman in Japanese politics
ari Yasuda has come to dread checking her social media accounts.
This Special Election Is Testing Republican Efforts to Court Latino Voters
The contest to fill a vacant State House seat in South Texas has exposed the vulnerabilities of a Democratic stronghold.