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The Politics Wire: Ipsos MORI's Political Blog

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“God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 6 October 2011 Tom Mludzinski reflects on the research we presented at the 2011 Conservative Party fringe event we held with Reuters. “God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe
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A march for which alternative? Chris Phillips, Research Manager 25 March 2011 Can the organisers of Saturday's anti-cuts March for the Alternative avoid the charge that it's nothing more than public sector workers trying to protect their own interests? And what might the day mean for Labour and Ed Miliband? A march for which alternative?
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Politics Blog: Salmond has Labour in a zugzwang Christopher McLean, Senior Research Executive 28 October 2011 Christopher Mclean asks, should the Scottish Labour Party campaign for devolution max in an attempt to with the Scottish electorate, or oppose the SNP and independence outright? Politics Blog: Salmond has Labour in a zugzwang
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