Posts Tagged “corby”

My ‘Super Thursday’ Lib Dem post mortem

by Stephen Tall on November 16, 2012

A bad day for the Lib Dems, but not unexpectedly so. Call it sanguine, call it resigned… Lib Dems Corby pressed The party expected to get squeezed in Corby, and we were. I suspect we lost some ‘none of the above’ voters to Ukip and some left-leaning liberals to Labour (and many others who just [...]

Lords Ashcroft’s Corby poll (and my predictions therefrom…)

by Stephen Tall on October 23, 2012

Today saw the publication by Lord Ashcroft of an opinion poll he’s funded to find out the likely result at the forthcoming parliamentary by-election in Corby: ‘Labour take 22-point lead in Corby’. I tweeted my insta-verdict: it suggests Labour will (…)

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In other news… Teather on pupil premium, State of play for Welsh Lib Dems & other stories

by Stephen Tall on August 28, 2012

Here’s a round-up of stories we haven’t had time to cover on the site this past few days… Teather: Pupil premium ‘changing the way schools think’ (BBC) The Liberal Democrat MP and minister at the Department of Education Sarah Teather, said the policy is about “changing the whole way schools think”. Speaking to The World [...]



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