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Election 2015

Columnist Don Brind

Cameron attacked by Sun for leaving immigration off agenda

Mon 12 Jan, AT 11:51
Don Brind

‘You have to wonder if he really wants to win’ says Murdoch paper as PM seeks to avoid Ukip territory

10 Downing Street

Election 2015: Tory Bow Group in 'Vote Ukip' row

Election Watch
Tue 5 May, AT 13:20

Two days to go: think-tank does the splits, FT man dismisses 'carnival of nonsense and futility'

The Mole

‘Empty chair’ threat to PM if he won’t join TV debates

Fri 9 Jan, AT 09:55
The Mole

Cameron accused of ‘chickening out’ of TV debates because he fears Farage’s impact on Tory voters

Housing; property; estate agents

London has just 43 'affordable homes for a typical young family'

One-Minute Read
Wed 29 Apr, AT 13:06

Four of these were houseboats and others were likely to sell for more than the listed price

Ed Miliband plans four million doorstep visits in bid for No 10

One-Minute Read
Mon 5 Jan, AT 08:52

Labour leader urges activists to make face-to-face contact in four months leading up to election

Columnist Don Brind

Who would you rather be this Xmas: Ed, Dave, Nick or Nige?

Fri 19 Dec, AT 12:31
Don Brind

Sudden slump in voter 'satisfaction' with Ukip's Nigel Farage offers Cameron a ray of hope

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne

Tories slump in ICM poll: has George Osborne blown it?

Thu 18 Dec, AT 09:25
Don Brind

Autumn Statement was supposed to set Tories on road to victory – but voters say he’s being extreme

Columnist Don Brind

The tub of lard threat to TV-shy David Cameron

Fri 12 Dec, AT 09:15
Don Brind

‘Empty chair’ threat to break deadlock over election debates – but HIGNFY treatment might be better

Columnist Don Brind

Grim prediction for Lib Dems makes new coalition less likely

Tue 9 Dec, AT 12:36
Don Brind

Clegg’s MPs are not as popular as they think - study suggests fewer than 20 will survive election

university students

2015 General Election: could students tip the balance of power?

One-Minute Read
Mon 1 Dec, AT 14:36

Students 'hold the key' to the next general election, says NUS president