Articles by Peter Kellner
Peter Kellner / October 29, 2019
And what does the answer mean for Brexit?
Peter Kellner / October 22, 2019
But is Johnson’s deal reconcilable with their constituents and their consciences?
Peter Kellner / October 14, 2019
Both sides of the PM’s character were on display in the measures announced today. The question is which will win out after a general election
Peter Kellner / June 7, 2019
Labour just about held on but there is huge public dissatisfaction with the traditional duopoly
The party is surging, and the question now is whether voters’ old allegiances are breaking down completely
Peter Kellner / May 28, 2019
Ten years from now the political landscape could look radically different
Peter Kellner / May 20, 2019
This campaign has been plagued by wilful misrepresentation of the numbers. So what is the true picture?
The new Remain force could be merely a footnote in the history of British politics—unless it pulls itself together fast
Peter Kellner / April 1, 2019
The fate of Britain’s economy, society and role in the world remains desperately uncertain
Peter Kellner / March 25, 2019
By resigning as Prime Minister but remaining party leader, May could ease a transition—and maybe even end her party's Brexit deadlock