Ellie James argues the need for a more representative parliament in light of the centenary of the Representation of the People Act.
Tom Walsh reflects on the inclusion of "Xi-ism" into the Chinese constitution, and whether the current President can truly be characterised as a contemporary Mao Zedong.
"The image we have of them is of patient, sash-adorned women, frozen in history in a blur of green, white and purple." Henry Bird discusses our tendency to sanitise the history of the WSPU.
Charlotte Alt discusses the recent vote in the Polish parliament to implement a law denying Polish complicity in the Holocaust.
Noah Merrin explores the impact of Momentum at constituency level, focusing on their influence on the selection of candidates and the debate over their democratic credentials.
Hefin Rees Edwards reviews The Bubble's Question Time event, hosted at Alington House on 12th February.
How much has Westminster really changed for women over the past 100 years?