Articles by Peter Kellner
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
The party's local election challenge couldn't be greater
Voters seem much less keen on the idea than politicians
Outside the EU we could have less immigration or access to the single market—not both
"I have no idea whether Ian Cameron, the Prime Minister’s father, was a tax planner, a tax dodger or a tax evader."