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In the lead up to Election 2015 this is where you'll find articles on everything election related so you can keep up to date on policy announcements, election analysis and more.

 
Let's commit to engaging relationally with politics

Let's commit to engaging relationally with politics

Amelia Abplanalp writes Friday Night Theology following the election result and calls on Christians to continue to engage in politics and put building relationships at the centre of our approach.

New government must work to protect religious liberty and help the poorest in society

New government must work to protect religious liberty and help the poorest in society

Following the general election result Steve Clifford, general director of the Evangelical Alliance, has called on the government to pursue policies that protect religious liberty and help the poorest in society, and for churches to continue to engage in public life.

#ShowUp 2.0

  #ShowUp 2.0

You're planning to vote at the upcoming election on Thursday 7, May but what next? The new Show Up video aims to inspire and provide practical ideas about how you can engage with politics beyond the general election.

Register to vote today

Register to vote today

To cast your vote on polling day you must be registered, however. There is only one week left to register. There is less than a month to go until the general election, but the result is still impossible to predict, with a quarter of evangelicals undecided on which party to vote for.

Budget 2015: an attempt to win back traditional Tory voters

Budget 2015: an attempt to win back traditional Tory voters

In the lead up to his last budget before the general election, the Chancellor George Osborne promised there would be no gimmicks or giveaways. However with an election looming and the Conservatives desperately needing a successful pre-election launch pad, there was never any doubt that the budget would be shaped by election politics. Taxes on savings will be all but abolished, pensioners will be freed from restrictive annuities, low-income workers will pay less tax and first-time buyers will be handed up to £6,000.