It was about votes in May, not victory on the night.
Posts Tagged: Eurosceptics
Lord Ashcroft: Miliband’s referendum non-pledge will win votes for Labour – if the Conservatives let it
There was a trap in yesterday’s speech which the Tories must not fall into.
The Labour leader’s speech is typically confused. Here are the key questions it raises.
A focus group can never tell you what to think – but it can tell you how to persuade others.
It is clear that there is widespread and growing acceptance of the need for the EU to change, and change in the way we want.
I want to leave the EU – but most of all I believe the people should get to decide.
A year ago the Prime Minister wanted fundamental change to the EU – today his ambitions were much more limited.
…specifically in order to prevent national governments from cutting the EU budget ever again.
According to reports, both the eurosceptic Chancellor and her europhile evil twin will visit London this week.
Eurosceptics beware: the argument against Scottish independence could sink our chance of leaving the EU
You can believe we’re Better Together and that we’d be Better Off Out – but pushing the former too hard will undermine the latter.
Eurosceptics know that you can’t be independent while in a currency union – how come the SNP haven’t worked that out?
Carswell abandons rebellion – because a Conservative victory in 2015 is the only way Britain can leave the EU
A major change is underway in euroscepticism – flamboyant but futile cavaliers are being replaced by roundheads who want to win this war.
The party is trying to professionalise while retaining its insurgent appeal. We take a look at the man tasked with the job.
To win, we must be willing to question our ideas and our arguments – but we must always trust the electorate.
…none of which, of course, the BBC challenged him on.