The latest ‘Britain Uncovered’ poll suggests that there is a clear demand for an in/out referendum and that most Brits would vote to leave the EU.
Ed Miliband has made a direct pitch for the support of disaffected “one nation” Tories, insisting that he is on “the centre ground of politics” and would save the country from David Cameron’s rightwing, anti-EU agenda.
UKIP are on course for at least 10% of the vote, but will likely end up with a just a handful of seats. Our Westminster electoral system is broken.
Labour is dominant in the urban and post-industrial cities of Yorkshire and the north-east, while the remaining Conservative vote is concentrated in safe rural seats, particularly in Yorkshire.
The latest Ashcroft poll suggests that Jim Murphy could lose his seat by nine points. If he loses will he resign?
A new Red Box YouGov poll suggests that in the event of a hung parliament most voters would want the Lib Dems to hold the balance of power.
The real loser of the BBC’s challenger debate, was neither the Prime Minister nor any of the participants.
Labour is planning to send out thousands of letters comparing Ukip to the British National party in the seat being targeted by the rightwing party’s leader, Nigel Farage.
Scottish Labour’s leader and the party’s general election coordinator are set to lose their seats to the Scottish National party, a poll by the Tory peer Lord Ashcroft suggests.
Britain’s economic problem is easy to identify. As a nation, we live beyond our means. Consumption exceeds production. Exports are lower than imports, resulting in a balance of payments deficit that has got bigger over time.
Iain Duncan Smith has likened George Osborne to Pinocchio for claiming that house prices could fall by up to 18% if the UK votes to leave the EU.
This has been the week when the polls – though not all of them – appeared to shift towards Remain. The scale of the move varied across the range of pollsters, but the big thing in all polling analysis is to look for the general direction of travel, paying particular attention to the fieldwork dates.