So we are back at the Palace of Varieties with far more MPs than expected – and relatively few casualties.
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband MP
Thursday again proved that Labour cannot win from the left. But the voters who once made up their winning coalition are now deeply at odds with each other.
Completing our triumvirate of resignation videos.
It was perfectly possible to foresee where undecided voters were likely to go when at last they got round to making up their minds.
Plus: Scotland is a problem of Labour’s own making. Dan Jarvis’s time has come. Prepare for a UKIP leadership bloodbath. And good riddance to Vince Cable!
Farage, Sturgeon, Miliband, Bennett and Cameron visit their local polling stations.
Labour voters in Douglas Alexander’s seat are furious at being treated as “a second-class nation” and “bullied” during the referendum.
Ryan Bourne: When Clegg claimed over two in five families are vulnerable. And other thoughts on this election campaign
Plus: The OBR isn’t needed to audit manifestos. The SNP’s sleight-of-hand on austerity. A lack of debate on healthcare. And: don’t make promises you can’t keep.
Plus: This week’s focus groups in Pudsey, Hazel Grove, and Rossendale & Darwen; and how much do we really know about the party leaders?
The threat posed by Scottish Nationalists to the Union has had the beneficial consequence of reinvigorating the Scottish Conservatives.
His recruitment by Ed Miliband will deter more voters than it attracts.
If the Conservatives have won more votes and seats, and their Commons support looks bigger than Labour’s, it would be a counsel of despair to hand over to Miliband.
Reasons to be Tory 11) More new jobs than the rest of the EU combined. More full-time jobs. More private-sector jobs. More British jobs…
Record employment is the jewel in the crown of this Government’s five-year term.
The Labour leader has commissioned an eight foot limestone monument to his own manifesto, to be erected in Downing Street. No, really.
If the Conservatives win more seats but Labour gains office, over half of party members think Cameron should remain Party leader
57 per cent think that he should stay and 43 per cent that he should go in such circumstances. No significant change since last month.