Today I'm joined by Tim Marshall in London, editor of thewhatandthewhy.com to do our monthly look at world politics away from the special relationship’.
Nathaniel Wayne discusses Gender Fluidity and as the State of Vermont considers a 3rd gender option on driver's licenses.
After Oprah's barnstorming speech at the Golden Globes are “celeb” candidates here to stay? Is Trump’s election win a turning point in American presidential politics?
Jacob Zuma, South Africa's scandal-hit president, may not see out his second term.
In a week that has seen the Tory rebels finally rebel we ask will the Tory rebellion give Parliament a much greater say in leaving the European Union? Are the Commons defying the will of the people in the referendum?
Do the president's tweets mark a sad and low moment for Anglo American relations
In a week that has seen that Russia used hundreds of fake accounts to tweet about Brexit, we look at the psychology around Fake news and demonising legitimate media scrutiny.
In a week that has seen yet another senseless mass shooting in The States which the gun lobby would tell us has nothing to do with guns we ask is Britain ungovernable?
Was Corbyn right when he said are the Tories more interested in fighting amongst themselves then solving problems?
Gun Violence and how The U.S. Compares With Other Countries.
In a week in which President Donald Trump’s poll numbers and approval ratings stabilize and move up slightly over the past month, we ask is Trump and his break
Today I’m joined by Peter Joseph an American independent filmmaker and political activist.
The Grenfell Tower fire occurred on 14 June 2017 at a 24-storey, high tower block of public housing flats in North Kensington, West London, England.
Roifield talks to Amina Lone about running for office and white working class disillusionment.