Posts Tagged “ben brogan”

++BREAKING: Antidisestablishmentarian Times and Telegraph reveal new danger posed by 150 year-old Liberal pledge for separation of Church and State

by Stephen Tall on April 25, 2014

Is there no actual news happening today? Sounds a stupid question. I mean, the US has accused Russia of deliberately destabilising Ukraine, affordability tests for new mortgages are going to be toughened, and the state-owned Royal Bank of Scotland has vetoed big bonuses for staff. All important, interesting stories. Then I looked at today’s Times […]

Evidence that political journalists don’t really understand the world beyond the Westminster Village, part 93

by Stephen Tall on February 20, 2013

Okay, Ben Brogan, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume this sentence in your Morning Briefing on the Eastleigh by-election today was deliberately ironic: Whether Ukip receive a polling boost from the Times‘s report of the party’s (…)

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Pollwatch Day 15 #GE2010 – Lib Dems still in 1st or 2nd place with 26-34% in today’s polls

by Stephen Tall on April 20, 2010

Four new polls reported tonight – and the Lib Dem surge is holding up:

Populus in The Times … CON 32%(-4), LAB 28%(-5), LIB DEM 31%(+10)
Angus Reid for PoliticalBetting … CON 32%(nc), LAB 23%(-1), LIB DEM 33%(+1)
YouGov in The Sun … CON 31%(-2), LAB 26%(-1), LIB DEM 34%(+3)
ComRes for the Independent/ITV … CON 35%(+3), LAB 26%(-2), […]