The England striker brought heart, and common humanity, to questions that are fundamentally, deeply political.
I often struggle to get these blogs started when there is just so much material and I have so many things to say. Ironically I find it easier to write … Continue reading The premature easing of #Lockdown is symptomatic of the UKs poor handling of the Coronavirus
Conservative lead slashed from 12 points to 4 points in one week Opinium/@ObserverUK: CON: 43% (-4)LAB: 39% (+4)LDEM: 6% (-)SNP: 5% (-)GRN: 3% (-) pic.twitter.com/SQfhIIaxgc — Opinium (@OpiniumResearch) May 30, … Continue reading Government Support Slipping Away
Last Saturday I wondered if it was worth covering the Cummings story because it looked like a Westminster Bubble/process story that political nerds like me enjoy but ‘real voters’ never … Continue reading It seems it was more than a Westminster Bubble Story!
On Saturday morning with the Dominic Cummins story first breaking I thought I’d leave it alone as it seemed as though it may be just a bit of a process or Westminster bubble issue therefore not important in marginal swing voters in seats like Loughborough.
New polling of the public has found Keir Starmer’s net favourability has jumped 50 points compared to where Jeremy Corbyn left off as Labour leader.
One of the benefits of social media is the annual reminder of past events. I love May 1st when friends and colleagues pop up on my timleines with the memories of May 1st 1997. Forever 1st May will be a reminder of the historic Labour victory in 1997 for me. It certainly changed my life!
The strangest of times for Starmer’s first PMQs The routine of PMQs is obvious. Since Blair changed the format in 1997 (Blairs first PMQs is worth watching – even for … Continue reading Competence is back – We have a real Opposition