Britain's parliament has two weeks to approve the agreement for leaving the EU. Assuming it doesn't, then what?
Later than usual, but something for everyone in reading suggestions.
Victoria's Labor government comfortably wins re-election, in a striking repudiation of its opposition's turn to the right.
Victorian voters seem poised to give their Labor government a second term, although the opposition is not entirely without hope.
A new series on populism in the Guardian promises to raise some interesting questions.
As the Victorian state election approaches, there's been quite a bit of movement in the betting odds – some of it surprising.
Two weeks after the election, US Congressional results are almost final. The Democrats have won a solid majority in the House of Representatives despite a less-than-stupendous swing.
Theresa May's government is teetering, with little prospect of getting its Brexit plan through parliament. Is there a better way this could have all been handled?
Fiji goes to the polls tomorrow, still ruled by the man who uprooted its democracy 12 years ago. Australia should hang its head in shame.
There's a lot of confusion around concerning the interpretation of this week's Senate results in the United States. Here's an attempt to straighten some of it out.