Sites for media coverage of politics in United Kingdom.

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BBC News: UK Politics
Political news, background and analysis from the BBC, including photographs and soundbites.
The Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom
A non-profit organisation financed entirely by membership, grant and voluntary contributions.
Investigative stories covering UK politics plus business and international news.
The Guardian : Politics
Headline news and feature articles from the newspaper. [RSS]
Guardian Unlimited Politics: Local Government
Ongoing special report includes news, comment and analysis about local politics, issues, budgets and elections. Includes index, policy and organisation links.
Guardian Unlimited: Politics
News, comment and analysis about politics in Westminster, Whitehall, Europe and the world. Resources include online surgery, Ask Aristotle database, poll results and special reports.
The Independent: UK Politics
UK political news and debates.
Lawrence and Wishart: Soundings
Online version of journal set up in 1995, with the aim of contributing to the process of left renewal. Includes social media links.
Parliamentary Yearbook
In addition to the reference information, it carries features from sources in industry and politics on current business, social and financial issues.
Politico's Political Bookshop
Booksellers and publishers of political books, with a shop in Westminster, or you can purchase online. They also have a major stand at all the Party Conferences.
Politics Home
News, analysis and information on government institutions, legislation and politicians.
Public Affairs Jobs HQ
Online community for people who work in public affairs and policy, offering news, jobs and networking opportunities.
24 hour news, comment and information on UK government and politics; online opinion polling on a range of current issues, People's Parliament, and how to contact your local MP and councillors.
BBC: EU Referendum: The Result in Maps and Charts
Breakdown of constituencies, regions, with a majority of Gibraltar, Scotland, London and Northern Ireland voted to Remain, but these were out-numbered by England and Wales. Includes expectation from polls by age and demography, and comparison with the 1975 referendum. (June 24, 2016)
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June 30, 2016 at 19:21:03 UTC
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