My last two election blog posts have tried to retain a certain degree of party neutrality, looking dispassionately at the likely outcomes in marginal seats and wishing candidates of all parties the best of luck. But now, with less than twenty four hours until the polling stations are open, is the time to be clear as… Continue reading General Election 2015: For our country’s sake, vote Liberal Democrat on May 7th
General Election 2015: good luck to candidates – and their constituents
With three days to go until polling day in what is likely to be the tightest and most unpredictable election in living memory, my thoughts go out to all candidates and their campaign teams as they approach the big day. They also extend to the electors, especially in highly marginal constituencies, who will have been bombarded… Continue reading General Election 2015: good luck to candidates – and their constituents
General Election 2015: a gifted amateur’s prediction – Labour will be the largest party, just.
Because of my well known interest in all things political, one of the most frequent questions I am asked these days is “What do you think will happen in the election?”. My general response up until now has been the psephological equivalent of sticking my finger in the air to guess which way the wind was… Continue reading General Election 2015: a gifted amateur’s prediction – Labour will be the largest party, just.