Posts Tagged “andrew cooper”

What to look out for at the parties’ conferences?

by Stephen Tall on September 19, 2014

That’s the question I was asked – alongside Charles Clarke (former Labour cabinet minister), Andrew Cooper (newly-appointed peer and Director of Strategy at No 10 from 2011 to 2013), and Craig Woodhouse (Political Correspondent at The Sun on Sunday) – (…)

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Should we ban opinion polls from being published in the lead-up to election day?

by Stephen Tall on November 13, 2013

One-third of MPs (including a third of Lib Dem MPs) say yes – but more are opposed. At least that’s the finding of a ComRes survey of 159 MPs in the wake of the Indian Election Commission banning exit polls in the five states holding elections this month, plus a ban on any opinion polls […]