Articles by Peter Kellner
Peter Kellner / May 23, 2017
The party has a history of picking the wrong person for the job
It is not down to effective leadership, but a return to two-party politics
Peter Kellner / May 11, 2017
Three charges against Corbyn’s party are worth considering
The party’s losses will, with Labour’s decline, be the big story of June’s general election
The key lies in “valence” voting
If it suffers a catastrophic defeat, a new progressive project could rise from the ashes
"Now is an excellent time for the party to rediscover its passion for serious, brave and original ideas"
Too few polls seem to reach the "silent minority"
Friday morning's take: disastrous for Labour, good for the Conservatives, complicated for the SNP
Peter Kellner / April 25, 2016
It’s the number of the year