From the daily archives:

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Labour’s London Boundary Challenge

September 13, 2011

The Boundary Commission published its initial proposals for constituency boundary changes in England today (we’ll have to wait a little longer for those in Scotland and Wales).  Regular readers will know that I posted a few speculative articles on how they could pan out for the parties in certain parts of the country: the Isle […]

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Two Cheers For The Vickers Report

September 13, 2011

There has been an enormous amount of gushing over the terms of the report from the Independent Commission on Banking under Sir John Vickers in the course of the last 24 hours or so.    The proposals have been described as ushering in a new era in banking, the most radical reform to the banking system […]

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The TUC were right to barrack Ed Miliband

September 13, 2011

I am not surprised that parts of Ed Miliband’s speech to the TUC conference in Liverpool was booed and barracked. The reality is that the modern Labour party and the trade union movement, are a bit like two brothers who are don’t particularly get on, and can always be relied upon to react differently in […]

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