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The Leadership of Ed Miliband - How Does He Compare? 24 June 2014 Harry Carr compares Ed Miliband's ratings with previous leaders of the opposition for the Huffington Post The Leadership of Ed Miliband - How Does He Compare?
A Dream for Ed Miliband, A Wake-Up Call for Labour 21 October 2013 Upturns for both Ed Miliband and the economy leave the polls intriguingly poised for 2015, writes Harry Carr for the Huffington Post A Dream for Ed Miliband, A Wake-Up Call for Labour
The biggest problem for Labour is that people don't know what it stands for 19 August 2013 History shows that parties can win despite the unpopularity of their leaders, but to do so Labour needs to offer policy substance writes Bobby Duffy in the New Statesman. The biggest problem for Labour is that people don't know what it stands for
UKIP’s threat to the Conservative Party 3 June 2013 The threat UKIP pose to any party is difficult to quantify as little is known about just how well they will be able to compete in a national, General Election in 2015. However, UKIP clearly has the potential to be very dangerous to the Conservative Party UKIP’s threat to the Conservative Party
Immigration - the right thing to be talking about? 3 April 2013 Politics Wire Blog: Tom Mludzinski discusses why the issue of immigration is once again top of the political agenda. Immigration - the right thing to be talking about?
Women and the Conservative Party – a deteriorating relationship? 19 March 2013 The Conservative Party's 'problem with women' is a continuing trend that began long before David Cameron's premiership, writes Tom Mludzinski in his article for ConservativeHome. Women and the Conservative Party – a deteriorating relationship?
Europe Is Flat, but the World Is Not 25 January 2013 Simon Atkinson, Assistant Chief Executive, blogs in The Huffington Post UK on how our latest Global @dvisor survey shows Britons' economic optimism as flat as the UK economy itself. Europe Is Flat, but the World Is Not
The anti-European UK population is less than in the 1980s 21 January 2013 In an interview with LesEchos.fr, Ben Page discusses Euroscepticism in Britain, and how it is influenced by social class and business. The anti-European UK population is less than in the 1980s
Rise of UKIP 'on Cameron's mind' ahead of EU speech 18 January 2013 Dissatisfaction with the British government is growing and, in conjunction with the rise in support for UKIP, it gives David Cameron plenty to think about, says Tori Harris in her latest article for Public Service Europe. Rise of UKIP 'on Cameron's mind' ahead of EU speech
From Rose Garden to a thorn in their side, what has happened to the Coalition? 30 July 2012 Another Parliamentary term has come to a close and Tom Mludzinski examines how the Coalition's public image has changed since May 2010. From Rose Garden to a thorn in their side, what has happened to the Coalition?
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