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New survey data has revealed just how out of touch the chattering classes are with public opinion on the issue of Scottish independence.
Labour MP Geraint Davies has warned that the party has not done enough to tackle the line that Labour is responsible for the country’s economic mess.
Europe has long been a problem for the Conservative Party and whichever way the EU referendum goes has pitfalls for the Prime Minister.
TweetLewis Coyne is a member of SERA: Labour’s Environment Campaign. He writes here in a personal capacity. On Tuesday the Green MP Caroline Lucas was released on bail following her arrest in the West Sussex village of Balcombe. Lucas had taken part in Monday’s protest against the exploratory drilling undertaken by fracking company Cuadrilla, who […]
The Archbishop Justin Welby is back in the news today after it emerged that he met with Errol Damelin, the chief executive of payday lender Wonga.com, to tell him he wants to put the company out of business.
Liberal Democrat members would overwhelmingly prefer a post-2015 alliance with Labour to a continuing one with the Tories, according to a new poll for the Liberal Democrat Voice website.
Investors around the world are putting their trust in the only Labour government in the UK, according to new figures released yesterday.
Labour-run Plymouth council has sought measures to stop payday lending companies such as Wonga and The Money Shop from advertising on its billboards and bus stops – a move that will sit alongside agreements reached with city commercial partners to block adverts on the council’s computer network, including in libraries.
According to a poll by Lord Ashcroft, a majority of Unite members don’t feel they are well represented by Ed Miliband.