The Business Secretary consolidates his lead in the most-disliked stakes.
Her ‘image from Rochester’ was the overwhelming winner.
“…When the lights come on at four/At the end of another year…”
Also: Cameron prepared to resign over UK breakup; Welsh Tories attack council secrecy, and Adams to stand again to lead Sinn Fein.
The decision by the Office for Rail Regulation to refuse new competitive services on Britain’s biggest rail network defies the Government’s approach and philosophy.
Penny Mordaunt’s controversial speech propels her into second place.
This is the first parliament in modern history with a lower burden of regulations at the end of it than at the start.
Support for one with the Liberal Democrats ticks up very slightly.
The two main parties are making a big mistake by pitching their appeal at supporters of two minor ones – UKIP and the Greens.
Jim Murphy’s performance. The SNP’s new members. Salmond’s demands. Turnout. And the new devolution proposals.
Boris Johnson is the runner-up.
Sajid Javid is now third.
Tax credits, regulation, EU requirements – all help to explain why employment has risen but output has fallen outside the manufacturing sector, at least per person.
Where we have talked but not yet dared to tread – using charging as a means to control high demand for GP services, for example – New Zealand has already implemented.
There is no angle from which Sir John Major looks like the right person for the job.