Italy gets a new prime minister and Britain is about to do the same. They face very different challenges.
Liz Truss bows out, and the Conservative Party tries changing the rules to prevent further embarrassment. But the constitutional problem runs deep.
Britain gets a new prime minister today with the elevation of Liz Truss to the Conservative leadership. What does it all mean?
Britain's Conservative Party looks like opting for a leader who, if not herself a populist, will preserve the Brexit-led populist ascendancy.
Four remaining candidates are fighting for the leadership of the British Conservative Party, representing an interesting mix of diversity and uniformity.
As Boris Johnson comes to the end of the road, his failure is symptomatic of a larger failure of modern politics.
Boris Johnson suffers two sweeping by-election defeats, one of them strongly influenced by tactical voting. It provides an interesting counterpoint to the discussion of tactical voting in Australia.
Boris Johnson's days at the top appear to be numbered, unless he can pull a rabbit out of the hat.
A monthly feature: today, updates from Northern Ireland, the Philippines, Schleswig-Holstein and South Ossetia.
Elections in Britain overnight will be watched for their broader political implications, especially in Brexit-plagued Northern Ireland.