Should this poll result worry us?

by Stephen Tall on March 26, 2010

Today’s BBC Daily Politics / ComRes poll asking which of the three major parties’ leadership teams is more trusted to steer the economy through the current downturn has caused a bit of a stir – it shows Labour’s duumvirate of Gordon Brown and Alastair Darling out ahead of the Tories, an about-turn on three months […]

@stephentall’s weekly Twitter updates for 2010-03-26

by Stephen Tall on March 26, 2010

Rentoul: For any chance of Cable as Chancellor, vote Labour http://bit.ly/blkihk. OR to be certain of @vincecable as Chanc vote @LibDems. # @alexfoster And there I was thinking you were older than me … That's the ageing powers of beards (…)

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The Guardian asks, “What happens if Cameron loses?”

by Stephen Tall on March 26, 2010

Here’s a bit of fun speculation, at least if you’re not a Tory. Let’s suppose most of the last 10 days’ polls are right, and David Cameron’s Tories are destined to have fewer MPs than Labour in the House of Commons (even if they win more votes) – what would the Tories do?
That’s the […]