The assumption that UKIP is gaining in popularity because of its policies on immigration and Europe has been undermined by new polling.
Category Archives: Clean Politics
Spending cuts to local government appear to have fallen on poorer (Labour) areas far more severely than wealthier (Tory) ones.
There is a rich history of politicians using burdensome administrative requirements to try to win elections.
The Green Party primary provides a great example of how we can achieve a more open and democratic Europe.
RE:SEAT’s attempt to impoverish MPs reflects an anti-politics sentiment that will only weaken Parliament
RE:SEAT represents an attempt to throw the baby out with the bathwater, and should be resisted.
While the Tory party may believe it can stand athwart history yelling ‘stop’, YouTube still exists.
David Cameron was prepared to sacrifice a cabinet minister rather than face down the police.
Could the McBride memoirs provide an opportunity for Labour to distance itself from the worst sort of ‘alpha male’ politics?