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

Ed Miliband's personal ratings are miserable – but does it matter?

Mon 23 Sep, AT 09:38 Don Brind

Cameron fares better – but since the last election there has been little switching between Tory and Labour voters

Mole

Poll misery: can anything lift Ed Miliband off his political sickbed?

Thu 12 Sep, AT 10:39 The Mole

Two new polls show that Ed Miliband is a drag on Labour's chances of winning the 2015 election

'Affable' Farage impresses despite 'liars' in UKIP ranks

Tue 30 Apr, AT 09:42 The Mole

Cigar-smoking leader wins praise as his party comes under scrutiny ahead of Thursday's local elections

Mole

We're all Thatcherites now, says PM, as Labour slumps in poll

Wed 17 Apr, AT 10:34 The Mole

Cameron risks propaganda charge – but there seems little doubt ten days of memories have helped Tories

Mole

Blood, sweat and tears: no end in sight to austerity measures

Wed 5 Dec, AT 17:04 The Mole

George Osborne hits benefit claimants hardest - but many middle-class taxpayers will suffer too

Mole

Osborne should not give up on austerity plan, say most Brits

Mon 3 Dec, AT 13:38 The Mole

YouGov poll shows Osborne has public on his side if he wants to freeze – or even reduce - benefits

Mole

Lib Dem bigwig calls for Nick Clegg to go as support crashes

Thu 30 Aug, AT 11:07 The Mole

Lord Oakeshott says any business in the Lib Dems' position would need to 'look very hard at its management'

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