Drawing Democracy

A visual record of democracy in the UK, based on live drawing of scenes of democracy in action.

The First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon pays tribute to the victims of the Westminster attack, at the Scottish Parliament, March 2017.
An anti-austerity demonstration marches through the streets of Manchester, during the 2015 Conservative Party Conference.
A discussion on public libraries at a meeting to the Communities and Equalities Scrutiny Committee meeting of Manchester City Council.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP speaks to a rally in support of postal workers outside Manchester Cathedral.
Winner of the John Ruskin Prize Student Award, 2016.
A public vigil commemorating the life of Jo Cox MP in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester.
Liverpool city councillors during a meeting of the Education and Children's Services Select Committee
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon casts her vote in favour of a second Scottish independence referendum, at the Scottish Parliament, March 2017.
Lord David Pannick QC argues for the right of Parliament to have a vote on triggering Article 50 at the UK Supreme Court, December 2017.
The UK Supreme Court hears (R) Miller -v- Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. December 2016.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden, Isabella Lovin, speaks to the Green Party of England and Wales party conference and Global and European Greens Congress in Liverpool, March 2017.
The 'Treasury Devil' James Eadie QC presents the Government's arguments to the UK Supreme Court during the Article 50 hearing, December 2016.
A discussion on the social model of disability, during a meeting of the Communities and Equalities Scrutiny Committee of Manchester City Council.
Manjit Gill QC defends the rights of EU migrant families during the Article 50 hearing at the UK Supreme Court, December 2017.
Guardian journalist Owen Jones speaks at a People's Assembly rally outside Manchester Cathedral, October 2015.
Members of the Board of National Grid PLC during their annual shareholders' meeting in Birmingham, July 2016.
The Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court and its first and only female judge, Lady Brenda Hale, considers the arguments during the Article 50 hearing, December 2017.
A shareholder and Share Action activist challenges the Board of M&S during their annual shareholders' meeting at Wembley Stadium in London, July 2016.
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