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EU Referendum | State of Play

What the polls are saying With just over three weeks to go, a recent shift in the polls indicates a worrying change for the Remain camp. For the first time, an online and phone poll by ICM for The Guardian has given Leave the lead. Continuing the trend of Leave... Read More

EU Referendum | Six weeks and counting

With six weeks to go until polling day, the stage was set for the speech that would “move the remain campaign up a gear”, as Prime Minister David Cameron told an audience at the British Museum earlier this week that the UK was not just economically better off as a... Read More

Scottish Election | The result and what it means

While pre-election polls consistently predicted that the SNP would make considerable gains on its existing majority in Scotland, the Party actually lost six seats going from 69 to 63. Gains for the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Greens even pushed a majority two seats out of reach. The biggest surprise of... Read More

Welsh election: What we know so far

After a night (and early morning) of nervous smiles and recounts, the results of the Welsh election are in. As expected, Labour have comfortably retained their position as the biggest party in Wales, having won 29 seats, a net loss of only one. It seems like an election salvaged for... Read More

Scottish election: what we know so far

The people of Scotland have woken up to another SNP government, as widely anticipated. This will be the third term in government for the SNP but, despite their victory, they did not do quite as well as expected. The SNP has lost six seats going from 69 to 63, just... Read More

Welsh Election |The Final Poll

No clear majority, or for that matter a workable minority, is set to be produced by the Welsh Assembly elections according to the final poll before voting begins.  Each of the four Assembly elections so far has seen Labour retain their position as the biggest party in Wales. And, although... Read More
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