Plus: a tough week for Howlett. Sleepless nights for Feldman and Shapps. And: The absurd Harris-Quinney resurfaces.
A clear majority in each case simply don’t have an opinion. We run this report today simply because it marries up with Mark Wallace’s exclusive above.
Plus: Greenhalgh impresses as only three candidates show at a hustings. Osborne’s minimum wage. And: Hunting – I don’t like posh people on horses killing foxes.
Including contributions from Paul Abbott, Louise Burfitt-Dons, Dr Simon Clarke, Natalie Elphicke, Mark Fox, John Glen MP, David Skelton and Zehra Zaidi.
Plus: ComRes – waving. Harris-Quinney – drowning. Bring on Zac Goldsmith. Welcome, Paul Abbott. Jeremy Corbyn, my part in his rise. And: I will miss Charles Kennedy.
Paul Abbott works in politics. Follow Paul on Twitter Last week, Dan Hodges asked a sensible question: “Where is the Liberal outrage over Mid Staffs?” He said: “Mid Staffs is not a one-off. As this paper reports today, an additional 3,000 patients are believed to have died needlessly in five other trusts in Lancashire, Essex […]
Paul Abbott works in politics with Right-Angle.org, the Parliamentary Academy, and Robert Halfon MP. Follow Paul on Twitter. The headline figures on Anthony Wells’ blog, UKPollingReport, make for grim reading but are not a catastrophe. Conservative support rallied a touch before Christmas, before slouching back into our expected mid-term slump. But there are grounds for […]