This is where Lords and Baronesses debate and vote. It looks similar to the House of Commons, but is entirely red.
You may recognise it from the TV. It has long green benches and is usually show full of MPs.
Whatever change you would like to see, planning is key. Try to work out who has the power to make the change and how you can influence them.
Laws go through a fairly complicated journey which mostly start with the Prime Minister and her team. Here’s our easy guide to how the whole process works. The idea is that everything is looked…
Despite their name, Private Members’ Bills are actually Public Bills — meaning they still apply to everyone. These Bills are introduced by MPs or Lords who are not government ministers (backbe…
Once the Prime Minister and their team have decided what a law should look like, they send it to Parliament to be turned into a law.
A guide to UK elections in 2016
A quick guide to this year’s elections in America.
A short comic book explaining the law making process
It’s a crucial time of the week, but how does PMQs actually work?
There’s more to politics than Westminster! Since 1999, devolution has been an important part of the way the UK is run, with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all being given more powers - includi…
Here is a brief guide to what we’re trying to achieve with the EU negotiations
Our guide to the process of the Labour Leadership election.
Our simple guide to the process behind the formation of the Scottish Government
Our simple guide to the process behind the formation of the Northern Irish Government
Our simple guide to the London Mayor and the London Assembly
Our simple guide to party conferences
Both sides of the argument over whether or not the UK should remain a member of the EU customs union
Our simple guide to the alt-right movement
Our simple guide to neo-Nazism
Our simple guide to General Elections
You’ve probably seen them on the news, when MPs sit in a semi-circle and ask someone lots of questions, but what do select committees actually do?
In short, they are designed to create a broad umbrella for people who think largely similar things.
Course details of the Simple Politics Academy.
An infographic explaining the “Unionism” Ideology
An infographic explaining the “Thatcherism” Ideology?
An infographic explaining the ideology “Irish Republicanism”