It is a Saturday. It must be sport for me. Throughout my life a Saturday has meant looking forward to some form of sport and the anticipation of kick-off. From … Continue reading Saturday Sport v Politics
Last week we looked at the ‘Dead cat on the Table’ strategy, but today we saw another amazing, yet depressing, spin job in operation as the Tories attacked a sensible … Continue reading Creating A Storm in a Teacup
Every political commentator always rehashes the Clinton line that all elections are about one thing – ‘It’s the economy stupid’. So in recent days the issues have drifted from the sublime … Continue reading It’s The Economy Stupid
The Tories will be pretty pleased with themselves if the news coverage today is still talking about Scotland and the SNP. Instead of the normal daily coverage of the topics … Continue reading Tory Success if we are still talking about the SNP today instead of NHS
This article is why I am feeling like I would just like to fast forward the rest of the General Election Campaign and get to the exciting part – who … Continue reading Election 2015: Polls suggest Ed Miliband is likely to become Prime Minister | May2015: 2015 General Election Guide
sajeimpact: I am afraid I had to confess on twitter last night that when it came to 9pm I had enough of the TV debate and switched over to watch … Continue reading Televised debates and One Nation?
So far during this election campaign it has all been a little predictable. We generally know the strengths and weaknesses of the parties, their poll ratings and the arguments they … Continue reading Tax & Spend