This week’s poll watch focuses on the Liberal Democrats and their slight but meaningful resurgence in the polls as the cost of living rises.
As the dust settles from the local elections, our UK political campaign manager, John Moss has been taking the temperature in London and elsewhere around the country.
As Partygate rears its unwelcome head, Boris Johnson has seen the Tories slip right before local elections. In France, European populism will be tested…
The manifesto presented by the RN still paints a radical picture for the future of France under a Le Pen presidency. It proposes to prioritise the rights of French natives over non-natives in accessing services such as housing, benefits, jobs, and health services.
Labour’s fortunes seem to be changing positively. In Scotland and London, the party seems reinvigorated – as reinvigorated as Marine Le Pen’s once ailing presidential campaign.
Hartlepool, hard-left divisions, and a handful of think tanks are just a few characterisations of Keir Starmer’s two year tenure as Labour leader. Has he made his mark on the party and public? Or is he an electoral liability?