Don Brind

NHS cash gets public thumbs-up - just as Labour knew it would

Wed 24 Sep, AT 09:33 Don Brind

The private polling conducted before a leader’s speech is as critical as the opinion polling afterwards

Miliband’s mansion tax will destroy London communities

Wed 24 Sep, AT 08:46 Robert Chesshyre

Already lawyers and bankers are taking over London neighbourhoods: this will make it easier for them

Charles Laurence

Syria: does Obama know for sure who his 'friends' are?

Tue 23 Sep, AT 11:21 Charles Laurence

Family of beheaded journalist claim he was sold to IS by 'moderates' Obama is now supporting

The Mole

Parliament may be recalled on Friday to sanction air strikes

Tue 23 Sep, AT 10:34 The Mole

As the war against IS takes over the headlines, Ed Miliband should be grateful for distraction

Robert Fox

Cameron to use Chilcot report to support his anti-war stance

Mon 22 Sep, AT 13:57 Robert Fox

Chilcot Inquiry into Britain’s role in Iraq War is to publish its report. Can PM make it work for him?

Carla Bruni with Nicolas Sarkozy

Sarkozy must lay off the bling if he’s to return a hero

Mon 22 Sep, AT 11:32 The Conversation

With Marine Le Pen threatening to beat Hollande, John Gaffney gives a cautious welcome to Sarkozy

The Mole

Ed Balls puts an elbow in the face of 7m families

Mon 22 Sep, AT 10:51 The Mole

A bloody incident with a journalist on the football pitch sets the tone for Ed Balls’s conference address

The Mole

Alex Salmond and Ed Miliband are referendum’s big losers

Fri 19 Sep, AT 09:59 The Mole

What hope of Miliband leading Labour to victory in May if he can’t connect with party supporters?

Don Brind

Pollsters relieved - but who said it was 'too close to call'?

Fri 19 Sep, AT 08:57 Don Brind

Pollsters will face questions about methods especially after that 7 Sept 'rogue poll'

Don Brind

Scotland decides: final polls show late swing to No camp

Thu 18 Sep, AT 17:58 Don Brind

Six-point lead for No as polls prepare to open - perhaps it's not 'too close to call' after all

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