United Kingdom

UK election: Croydon Central, Labour's must-win seat

Labour lost the 2015 contest by just 165 votes and it needs a win this year to stand any chance of forming a government.

UK election: Croydon Central, Labour's must-win seat

Politics

The UK elections explained

Al Jazeera breaks down the election process and the main contenders.

The UK elections explained

United Kingdom

UK elections since 1945

A look at the history of elections in the United Kingdom.

UK elections since 1945

Politics

Manchester 'bursting at the seams' with the homeless

Councils say they lack funds to tackle the issue, and those on the streets say they have no faith in upcoming elections.

Homeless in Manchester: 'Bursting at the seams'

Brexit

UK: PM to rule out 'half-in' EU deal in Brexit speech

Theresa May to signal 'hard' Brexit that will see full break from EU as Britain prepares to leave single market.

Theresa May to signal 'hard' Brexit in speech

Politics

The Lobby Episode 1: Young Friends of Israel

Al Jazeera Investigations reveals how pro-Israel groups are trying to influence Britain's youth.

The Lobby Episode 1: Young Friends of Israel

Politics

Israel Lobby: Headlines, resignations, calls for probe

Al Jazeera releases last installment of investigation that explores Israeli attempts to influence British democracy.

Israel Lobby: Headlines, resignations, calls for probe

Politics

The Lobby Episode 4: The Takedown

Israeli embassy official in London discusses potential plot to '"take down" UK politicians - including a senior minster.

The Lobby Episode 4: The Takedown

Opinion

Anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism in British politics

Anti-Zionism is deliberately conflated with anti-Semitism to suppress legitimate criticisms of Israeli policies.

Avi Shlaim

by Avi Shlaim

Avi Shlaim

United Kingdom

Exclusive: Israel lobby infiltrates UK student movement

Israeli embassy influencing students and founding youth groups in main parties, Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit reveals.

Exclusive: Israel lobby infiltrates UK student movement

United Kingdom

Anti-austerity protests greet Tory conference

Left-wing groups criticise cuts to public services as ruling Conservative Party holds annual conference in Birmingham.

UK: Anti-austerity rally at ruling party conference

Opinion

After David Cameron we are left only with mistakes

The inequality and hardship that Cameron actively exacerbated in the UK made the EU referendum impossible to win.

Rachel Shabi

by Rachel Shabi

Rachel Shabi

Opinion

Corbyn resets the 'special relationship'

The new Labour leader is a critic of interventionism and military aggression. Where will that leave the United States?

Rachel Shabi

by Rachel Shabi

Rachel Shabi

Opinion

Politics of the disenchanted

Labour's new leader promises to transform British politics, but the first challenge is to reach beyond his constituency.

Kenan Malik

by Kenan Malik

Kenan Malik

Opinion

Why isn't the Tea Party sending a militia to Ferguson?

The NRA and Tea Party haven't said a word. Can we just conclude that they don't care about black peo

Dexter Thomas

by Dexter Thomas

Dexter Thomas