Just under three quarters of voters do not believe the prime minister and chancellor appreciate the rising cost of living, according to a poll conducted by Survation for Progressive Polling.
Author Archives: Neil Foster
A majority of voters want an early election and don’t blame Labour for the UK financial crisis – blaming the banking sector more, a new poll today reveals.
As long as Policy Exchange advocate and promote policies to the clear detriment of Northerners, and do not apologise for the past, they won’t deserve a hearing.
There is widespread concern about the impact of regional pay on services across the political spectrum, a new TUC/Survation poll reveals.
Seven in ten voters would take some form of action if their pension contributions were to increase while promising lower returns, writes Neil Foster.
A new business survey conducted by Survation for Unite the Union explores the full scale of the industrial fallout if the Bombardier decision is not reversed.
Conservatives face a dramatic drubbing in Midlands marginals at the next election due to the handling of the Thameslink rolling stock contract which Derby manufacturers Bombadier was competing for.