Despite a looming cost-of-living crisis, UK politics has been dominated by a series of rows over historic Covid rule-breaking with the pressure moving from Prime Minister Boris Johnson over ‘Partygate’ to Labour leader Keir Starmer over ‘Beergate’. Last week’s local elections, which offer a potential glimpse into how the next general election could play out, saw UK voters punish the Conservatives. However, for the most part they did not reward Labour, with smaller opposition parties benefiting. Read our full analysis here:

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