The numbers suggest a way in which Cameron and Osborne might undo Miliband in 2015.
Posts Tagged: Nigel Farage MEP
Having flirted with the idea, the UKIP leader beats a hasty retreat.
Plus: Shapps will be Tory Chairman until the election. The Church of England is a left-wing sect. Philomena. Current Affairs. And: Pamela Parker, In Memoriam.
The two are co-operating in trying to boost their votes at Cameron’s expense.
Lessons from voting behaviour applied to this year’s Scottish referendum – and a future EU one.
The hanging-together of the Tories has become an obstacle to creating a new patriotic consciousness
The Times’s reporting of Farage’s allowance claims will scarcely dent his party’s standing among those who support it.
Also: Former UUP leader slams compensation award against PSNI; Red Road flats saved by protests; and ‘van bomb’ found in Co Tyrone.
The UKIP leader says claims in The Times are “utterly outrageous”.
MPs will always mark theirs – and everyone else’s, since we vote them in. Which is why Sir Ian’s new idea makes no sense.
Plus: Two funerals and me. My life as an Agony Uncle. Why Grayling is wrong about prison books. Sympathy for Mark Menzies. And finally: My mother’s pride.
In case you don’t have time to watch the real debate, here are all the arguments in advance.
The UKIP leader’s remarks about the Russian president should ring alarm bells.
Views from Eastleigh.
It was about votes in May, not victory on the night.