Progressive punch-up in Pavilion

Brighton Pavilion is one of the few constituencies where there is a serious Green/Labour battle underway, giving the Conservatives a good chance of splitting the left vote. As you might imagine, one of the results of this is that Labour and the Greens have been going at each other hammer and tongs, as left-aligned Brighton […]

It’s a very different election in Scotland

David Cameron didn’t win last night’s final TV debate for Scottish viewers. In fact if Nick Clegg had announced a new compulsory programme of bestiality in primary schools and Gordon Brown had broken down in tears and lay in the corner shaking the consensus of opinion at workplace coffee machines this morning would be “But […]

Does London hold the Key to Number 10?

Image by Cee-Bee via Flickr London holds a whopping 73 constituencies – more than ten percent of the House of Commons. The Evening Standard has claimed that the party that wins London wins a place in 10 Downing Street. The City that turned red under the wave of New Labour in 1997 looked all set to […]