Together with my weekly focus groups, it will help to explain the dynamics of the campaign and the factors that will determine the outcome.
Posts Tagged: Jeremy Corbyn MP
Lord Caine has projected a plan that would allow proceedings into suspected Troubles-related offences only if certificates are issued by senior legal figures.
Economic competence has been the cornerstone of the Conservative appeal. Remove that cornerstone and the entire structure becomes fragile.
These West Midlands voters in Tom Watson’s seat care deeply about Brexit and see the Prime Minister as their champion.
James Cleverly: As this election launches, it’s time for us to pull together – and deliver for Britain
Voters have a clear choice: vote Conservative or vote for further indecision, confusion and delay.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tells a campaign rally in Essex that the Conservatives are trying to reintroduce Thatcherism under the Brexit banner.
Our businesses have the ingenuity, skills and talent to succeed, but they need to know what the future will hold before they can invest, hire and deliver.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Positively the final performance of the Westminster pantomime with its present cast
The Speaker is retiring, so is the Father of the House, but the Prime Minister looks confident of getting several encores.
Andrew Gimson’s Commons sketch: Johnson compares Corbyn to Fidel Castro, Goldilocks and Count Dracula
The Prime Minister reminded the House of his formidable abilities as an electioneer.
WATCH: Yes, we do. “It is time for real change,” says Corbyn, indicating that his party won’t oppose a poll
“Labour backs a general election because we want this country to be rid of this reckless and destructive Conservative government.”
In my view, they’d be mad not to make him a defining feature of their campaign. The party should be running a contrast campaign with ‘Corbyn’s Labour’.
By pursuing an election at the expense of the Withdrawal Bill, Johnson is gambling on hammering Labour amidst the December gloom.
This inconclusive squabble about whether to hold a general election cannot go on.
It is as if it had become a vehicle to help Blair redeem his reputation and popularity, lost after the Iraq War.
David Gauke: When your bell rings in December, you expect to be sung a carol – not asked how you’re going to vote
The result of a general election next month would by no means be a foregone conclusion.