Peter Kellner / May 30, 2017
They both pretended to answer difficult questions when in fact they wriggled out of them. The electorate would respect some candour
Tim Farron’s party has a history of campaign surges, but on 8th June it could lose more seats than it gains. Here’s why
Peter Kellner / May 23, 2017
The party has a history of picking the wrong person for the job
George Magnus / May 22, 2017
Is the "Trump trade" toast? It remains to be seen whether scandal will prevent the president enacting his economic policies.
"There are various ideas the UK might borrow from its neighbours in Europe"
It is the US President’s disdain for his intelligence services which has brought about the current existential crisis in the White House
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
An evolutionary discovery creates new puzzles
Labour’s plan to raise income tax on £80,000 earners doesn’t cut it