The British people are on course for a new Prime Minister following Theresa May's emotional resignation this morning
Category - Politics
Since losing the leadership election for Plaid Cymru, the politician has been using her free time to support women in the Time’s Up movement.
By Joe Healy
The Spanish are renowned for making a bit of a racket – perhaps an unfair stereotype, although it has certainly held true over the last...
By Thomas Badham
The French and German parliaments recently met as a part of the joint parliamentary initiative which aims to develop closer cooperation...
Japan is filled with hope as it awaits a new imperial era
Why do non-political individuals enter politics and why are they so popular?
While immigration dominates the headlines in the United Kingdom, other European countries are far more concerned with emigration
Change UK apply to be an officially recognised political party
Should teachers and NHS staff be responsible for spotting youth crime?
Full-time National Living Wage employees will be almost £3,000 a year better off than in 2015
We interviewed the Welsh Minister for Education to find out her views on university finances, Welsh education standards, Brexit and more
As we enter into another action-packed week of Brexit, Gair Rhydd tries to decipher that parliamentary shenanigans of the past week; a week that will go down...