The Mole

Newsnight leaves Labour’s NHS plans bloodied and bruised

Fri 30 Jan, AT 09:26 The Mole

Allegra Stratton package puts Labour’s Andy Burnham on the spot again over private sector competition

Columnist Don Brind

A Tory collapse in England could hand Miliband victory

Fri 30 Jan, AT 08:14 Don Brind

Yes, the SNP could win most of the seats in Scotland on 7 May – but is it England that holds the key?

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Labour pledge to get tough on immigration draws flak

Thu 29 Jan, AT 09:31 The Mole

Let’s not out-kip Ukip, says MP David Lammy, as Labour confront an uncomfortable issue

Columnist Don Brind

Is compulsory voting the only way to involve the young?

Thu 29 Jan, AT 08:48 Don Brind

Should we follow Australia and make voting an obligation? It might reduce the power of older voters

Columnist Don Brind

What Cameron and Miliband could do to win on 7 May

Wed 28 Jan, AT 11:12 Don Brind

Pollsters offer advice to both leaders – and the formula for Labour is surprisingly radical

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Alan Milburn intervention risks sabotaging Labour win

Wed 28 Jan, AT 08:58 The Mole

Mordernising Health Secretary throws spanner in works by criticising Labour's NHS approach

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100 days war starts here as PM pledges welfare cuts

Tue 27 Jan, AT 12:00 The Mole

At last he’s sounding like a proper Tory, says Mail: he’s also happy to join TV debates (with caveats)

Columnist Don Brind

Will it be the Sun wot wins it for the Tories again?

Tue 27 Jan, AT 09:14 Don Brind

Paper pussyfoots over who it will back – but ‘Sunifesto’ makes it clear it can only be Cameron

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Let Greece be a lesson - Vote Tory! says George Osborne

Mon 26 Jan, AT 09:03 The Mole

Chancellor raises spectre of a vote for Labour being tantamount to backing Syriza’s ‘false hope’

Columnist Nigel Horne

Election 2015: How long can this Green Party joke last?

Mon 26 Jan, AT 08:33 Nigel Horne

Greens’ Natalie Bennett in ‘car crash’ interview while Sturgeon and Farage show why they’re a TV threat

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