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Mark Wallace has been ConservativeHome's Executive Editor since May 2013. He has previously worked as Campaign Director for the TaxPayers' Alliance, Head of Media Relations for the Institute of Directors and as a communications consultant to various major UK companies.Follow @
The minority who believe Russia is an ally against Islamist extremism were outnumbered more than three to one.
Thirty-nine per cent think he is a good thing to some degree, while 27.5 per cent think he is a bad thing. A third are undecided.
Nineteen Members of Parliament have so far declared publicly.
Our Blurrt analysis shows how anger over Hammond’s NIC rise for some of the self-employed grew in the Budget’s aftermath
Mass analysis of Twitter reaction shows its reputation was sealed by mid-afternoon. The proportion of angry tweets reached half the total.
Anger, disgust, happiness and even love – Blurrt analysis of the live Twitter reaction to the Budget
Studying 43,639 Tweets posted during Hammond’s speech and Corbyn’s reply shows the challenge facing the Chancellor.
The mishap-prone County Council leader has suffered another embarrassing leak.
The newspaper acknowledges it was wrong to say he “could be directly implicated” in electoral fraud.
Plus: Is Hammond’s deficit reduction strategy right? Is Trump a good or bad thing? And should May call a snap election?
The paper offers him publicity, and he is a perfect fit for its developing worldview.
It’s always tempting for politicians to outsource important decisions. But it doesn’t work.
Daggers are drawn yet again, as Arron Banks seeks to take the party over after the Stoke result undermined its leader.
A dedicated campaign manager is being hired.
He took a big gamble to get the People’s Army back on the front foot, and lost.
At best, sending him to Guantanamo failed – and at worst it backfired spectacularly.