By Theresa Byrne, previously published here Ok I’ll start in the traditional style, and confess: I pinched the headline from Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to Scottish Labour. But it summed up my feelings and emotions over the last few days. Yes … Continue reading
Cameron’s Mythical Dragons First posted March 24, 2013 by garryk99 You know a Government is in trouble when they start slaying mythical dragons. David Cameron announced this week that immigrants families would face being ineligible to apply for a Council house for up to five years. The Prime … Continue reading
Ideology and Discourse in ConDem Policy by MarxistNutter First posted on Politics Worldwide December 26, 2012 The UK government have failed on whatever measure you choose to name. In this article, Marxist Nutter draws on a variety of political theorists to explain why the government’s support … Continue reading
You’ve got to hand it to Boris. So far, he’s very successfully managed to distance himself from this increasingly unpopular government so he can buck the anti-Tory trend in London and win a second term as Mayor. Well, you can’t … Continue reading
First posted on Ozzy’s Corner Where does politics lie in 2012? In this article I will argue that both Labour and the Conservatives both have a crisis of ideology. I also believe Labour in particular must look for a new … Continue reading
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Source: http://cdn.yougov.com/cumulus_uploads/document/t4qucitg9d/YG-Archives-Pol-Trackers-VotingTrends-231211.pdf As part of a review of the voting intention data from You Gov for 2011, I created a CUSUM chart. What is a CUSUM chart? CUSUM stands for Cumulative Sum. The horizontal axis line at zero is the … Continue reading
Driving home last night listening to PM on Radio 4 was a bleak experience to match the dark and miserable weather on the M62. My smart phone had been delivering 140 characters worth of gloom all day, via Twitter. Italian … Continue reading