Voters are angry about the general phenomenon of immigration, but the more they come to know immigrants, the more they like them
Peter Kellner / October 31, 2014
The Education Secretary says she opposed gay marriage on the strength of her postbag. She should have looked to her conscience
Unfortunately, Prospect can't provide any headbands or feathers to winners
British politics could enter a new era in which multi-party administrations and government defeats become the norm
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
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