Polling that I conducted on UKIP this week suggests that multi-party politics is winning support.
Posts Tagged: Coalition
He can neither strike a balance nor pick a side – who would be Deputy Prime Minister?
Today on the Jeremy Kyle Show: “My coalition partner’s thinking of cheating on me…with my worst enemy!”
“Four years in to our relationship, he’s suddenly all like, ‘he’s changed, he’s not the man I went into Government with’.”
The Deputy Prime Minister has shaken off the Valentine’s Day romance and is now playing the field.
Zac Goldsmith MP: Clegg’s Recall Bill was a stitch-up – Cameron must keep his promise to introduce the real thing
Recall is the only way to truly empower voters. It is a reform we cannot afford to abandon.
Danny Alexander would rather have his cold, blood-spattered, lifeless body hauled off to the morgue than see a cut in the top rate of tax
Many Conservatives don’t seem to realise the full ramifications a defeat would bring for our nation and our party.
Party members blame him for the Government’s problems and credit his Ministers for its successes.
If the polls in 2015 suggest a Tory majority is undeliverable, the Party’s conventional election campaigning will be thrown off balance.
Otherwise, changes in the results from last month are miniscule.
John Major, William Hague, Michael Howard, David Cameron – all promised to win over new converts, all ended up preaching to the choir. And still no sign of the promised land: an outright majority.
The opportunity to blame the Conservatives was handed to him on a platter – tellingly, he didn’t take it.
What can Ireland, Germany and Sweden teach us about coalition government?
Not too hot, not too cold: the Mayor only intervenes when the temperature, and the topic, are just right.
On Free Schools and localism, Clegg isn’t waving a liberal banner – he’s exhibiting his own confusion
The Deputy Prime Minister is incapable of deciding whether he trusts headteachers or wants to dictate to them.