The block of limestone romps to victory. Unsurprisingly, your Political Event of the Year was the election.
Posts Tagged: General Election 2015
Newspapers are stuffed with polls about Europe and Corbyn. Have they forgotten the lessons of the general election? Or have things changed?
Plus: Thank you for the three bottles of vintage wine…but you forgot to enclose a note with your name. Christmas, eh?
To begin with, we should stop engaging with community leaders, and engage with BME voters directly.
The average Conservative majority in seats where UKIP finished second is 18,328 votes.
The presumption at this stage must be that if he is willing he should be asked.
Last week’s by-election in Oldham put a different complexion on their advances in May.
The last in our series of videos to mark his tenth anniversary as Conservative leader.
He has succeeded in boosting recovery, but failed to eliminate the deficit. Now he must prove his determination to fix that roof – whether the sun is shining or not.
Plus: Military strikes against Syria now. And: Maria Eagle should tell Corbyn to stuff his job. So should Kevan Jones.
Also: SNP forced into tax credits u-turn; Welsh Government fears grant cuts; support for united Ireland falls to 13 per cent; and more.
A new account of Labour’s disastrous campaign provides fresh insights for Tory strategists on what we did right and where we can do better.
Six months on from the general election, a candidate in next year’s Assembly elections reports what he learned about campaigning in Ulster.
It was then that the economic fundamentals showed a growth in economic optimism and confidence among the electorate.
Lord Ashcroft: The Unexpected Mandate. My review of the 2015 election and the unusual Parliament that preceded it
The central insight of Smell The Coffee was the critical importance of a party’s brand, the overall way voters see it. This has remained a central theme of my work.