Posts Tagged “local elections 2012”

Were you a 2012 election candidate? Then don’t forget to fill in The Election Centre’s questionnaire

by Stephen Tall on May 19, 2012

If, like me, you were one of the 12,000 people who was a candidate in 2012′s local elections you may have received a letter recently from Plymouth University’s Elections Centre, run by Professors Colin Rallings and Michael Thrasher, inviting you to take part in an online questionnaire: This year the centre has ran its seventh […]

Elections 2012: It’s another bruising night for the Lib Dems

by Stephen Tall on May 4, 2012

Results are still coming in, but the overall picture of this year’s local elections is clear: this has been a second successive disappointing result for the Lib Dems. Here’s a topline summary: National vote share: The projected currently projected share of the national Lib Dem vote is 16%, with Labour on 39% and the Tories […]

What I wrote at Politics.co.uk: The Lib Dems must weather these mid-term blues

by Stephen Tall on May 2, 2012

Those lovely people at Politics.co.uk — the folk who rated this website 10/10, and said it was “one of the top political blogs going” (I point this out merely for the purpose of full disclosure, you understand) — asked me (…)

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