Here’s what the UK can learn from Australia, Sweden, and the US about getting voters to the polls
With concerns that new voter ID laws will disenfranchise hundreds of thousands in the UK, here’s what other countries are doing to push up turnout
41,000 vulnerable households had their energy debt written off in Catalonia. Is the UK government listening?
Fuel poverty campaigners have called on the UK government to follow Catalonia’s example after it wrote off 41,000 people’s energy debt
‘Periods are not an illness’: Spain just became the first country in Europe to introduce menstrual leave
Women’s rights groups have welcomed the move to give people who menstruate paid leave, and there are calls for it to be introduced in the UK