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A to-do List for the next Labour leader Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 28 August 2015 Ahead of our panel of former Labour voters on BBC's Newsnight tonight, Gideon Skinner writes for The New Statesman's Staggers politics blog about what the next Labour leader needs to do to win back former voters in 2020. A to-do List for the next Labour leader
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PPCs toe the line on the EU Katie Harris, Senior Research Executive 7 May 2015 Katie Harris writes about a recent Ipsos survey of potential parliamentary candidates (PPCs) that reveals some interesting parallels, as well as discrepancies, between hopeful candidates and incumbent members of the same political parties on the subject of the EU. PPCs toe the line on the EU
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TTIPing over the edge Carl Phillips, Research Director 7 May 2015

For all the debate, how do MPs really feel about TTIP? Carl Phillips digs into some data from December 2014.

TTIPing over the edge

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Consensus but not action: the debate around skills Hannah Merritt, Research Executive 7 May 2015

Much has been made of the shortage of workers with skills in key areas, especially technical expertise. Hannah Merritt asks if MPs and candidates really grasp the issue.

Consensus but not action: the debate around skills

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To whom it may concern: The postbags of the next class of MPs Dominic Damesick, Research Executive 7 May 2015

In just a few days, the corridors of Westminster will be graced with new faces. But do prospective parliamentarians know what lies in store? Dominic Damesick explores what issues PPCs think they will receive the most letters about if they are elected as MPs. 

To whom it may concern: The postbags of the next class of MPs

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Mental health services and spending: what do the public think? Sylvie Hobden, Senior Research Executive 6 May 2015 A recent Ipsos MORI poll indicated that almost four in five people believe the proportion of spend on mental health services should increase in the future; we explore why the public might hold this view. Mental health services and spending: what do the public think?
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Will this be the social media election? Dr Mike Granleese, Research Director 4 May 2015 Will this be the social media election? Michael Granleese explores the relationship between politicians and the media.   Will this be the social media election?
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Housing in poll position Ben Marshall, Research Director 1 May 2015 Ben Marshall examines how housing has featured as a key 2015 election campaign issue. The article was written on 21 April  for 24housing magazine's general election special edition, published 1 May 2015.  Housing in poll position
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Cutbacks or taxes: what can we expect from the next generation of MPs? Rebecca Writer-Davies, Research Executive 1 May 2015 With the outcome of the general election uncertain, it can be hard for our public services to plan for the next government. Rebecca Writer-Davies explores what it is that candidates say are their priorities for cuts and protection after the election. Cutbacks or taxes: what can we expect from the next generation of MPs?
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Mapping party and leader image Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 28 April 2015 Professor Roger Mortimore explains “perceptual maps”, which present what the public thinks of the parties (and their leaders) visually so they can easily be compared. Mapping party and leader image
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