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Politics are almost as exciting as war, and quite as dangerous. In war you can only be killed once, but in politics many times.

An active project which we haven't for some reason interviewed here before: WikiProject Politics of the United Kingdom. Taking us through the polling booth and beyond are JRPG, This is Paul, and Cloptonson.

What motivated you to join WikiProject Politics of the United Kingdom? Are you active on the political scene, even held office, or just interested?

Sand-coloured building of Gothic design with large clock-tower.
Parliament meets at the Palace of Westminster

Have you contributed to any of the project's 46 featured articles, 6 featured lists, and 89 good articles? Are you currently working on promoting an article to FA or GA status?

How did the project manage when dealing with the recent general election in the UK? Was there any co-ordination in updating unfolding results and coverage?

Does WikiProject Politics of the United Kingdom collaborate with any other WikiProjects, such as WP Law or the politics of another country? Has the project taken advantage of Wikipedia's sister projects, like Wikisource or the Commons?

Is it difficult to find images to illustrate political articles? What topics are most in need of diagrams and photography?

Possible next Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn

Which political party do you vote for, and why? Does that party usually win in your home constituency?

What are WikiProject Politics of the United Kingdom's most urgent needs? How can a new member help today?

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