Articles by Peter Kellner
Voters are clear what they want Westminster to do—and not do
Peter Kellner / October 10, 2014
There have been plenty of flash in the pan by-election successes. Whether Ukip transcends that fate depends on the Conservative party's fortunes
A future Conservative government would freeze benefits but protect pensions. Have the over-65s never had it so good?
Peter Kellner / September 26, 2014
The Prime Minister should win the vote today, but opinion might alter if Islamic State's advance is not stopped
Peter Kellner / September 19, 2014
The impact of the former PM's intervention is impossible to overstate
Party leaders need to stop the negative campaigns
Peter Kellner / September 12, 2014
It's the day after the referendum vote: What do you see when you wake up?
Peter Kellner / September 8, 2014
An independent Scotland might be helpless to resist decisions made in Westminster about its fate
Peter Kellner / September 4, 2014
After the radical changes of the past eleven weeks, there is everything still to play for
Peter Kellner / August 29, 2014
"Carswell’s almost certain by-election triumph could trigger a chain of events which leads to Ed Miliband becoming Prime Minister"