M&C Saatchi’s poster of Miliband in Salmond’s breast pocket resonated with voters.
Win or lose, the London Mayoral candidate now needs to show the message discipline of a conventional candidate…without losing his individualist charm.
Strife within the so-called ‘People’s Army’ topped the poll on 32.3 per cent.
Plus: Thank you for the three bottles of vintage wine…but you forgot to enclose a note with your name. Christmas, eh?
It cannot go about its daily businesses as efficiently as it might while the Party Chairman’s authority crumbles under the weight of daily media stories.
The presumption at this stage must be that if he is willing he should be asked.
The Party Board should ensure that the issues at stake are addressed with a credibility that is presently absent.
The Clarkegate allegations have revealed flawed accountability structures and failures of confidentiality – exacerbated by a fixation with the short-term.
Pledges on this scale cannot be delivered in this Commons without Conservative consensus. They can only be charmed – not bullied – onto the statute book.
Last Parliament, the Government seemed to be guided by academics and their books. This Parliament, less so.
As Labour’s conference opens, we can’t afford to lose our radical edge.
These findings send a clear message to the Feldman Review: let’s not throw everything at the target seats and keep nothing for building up our vote elsewhere.
Plus: All praise, Lynton Crosby! Breibart – falling apart? The Daily Mail: Chappers out, Shippers back?
There’s no case for barring opinion polls in the run-up to an election – and, with them, our very own Seer of Seers and Prognosticator of Prognosticators…
Members from a broad range of backgrounds competed and forged firm friendships during the long days of the campaign.