The final result probably won’t differ much from what we expected a month ago. But even small differences matter.
Posts Tagged: 2010 General Election
A screening of my astonishing expose of disgraced former MP Sir Stuart Bell has been shut down in a local university.
Meanwhile, Scotland is perhaps the most disruptive force in modern British electoral history.
In this marginal seat on the Thames estuary, Team Jackie take to an open-top bus in an attempt to foil UKIP and Labour, and Farage gains a Hitler moustache.
The Fixed Terms Parliament Act just adds to the questions swirling around the forthcoming election.
It’s one of the most significant developments of this Parliament, and a consolation during this fraught election campaign.
Compare the state of the nation today to how things were when I first became a Treasury Minister and it’s clear how far we’ve come.
Mark Field MP: No glittering giveaways. No electoral sweeteners. We need a deeply unexciting Budget.
I have before expressed concern that excessively loose monetary policy and more debt will eventually spark another crisis on a potentially more devastating scale.
Most produce results that are more or less what a reader of opinion polls and other electoral data might have anticipated a few months in advance.
Major’s success was the polling companies’ failure. This time, Cameron must deliver more.