Starmer’s ratings have dipped, but prosecuting the “Tory sleaze” may be...

"Sleazy, arrogant and incompetent" – that was what many voters thought of the Conservative Party in 1997.

But hang on, 2021 is completely different to 1997, right?

Well, yes.

Wolves poll puts Jeremy Hunt more Prime Ministerial than Boris Johnson

23 June 2019 | ANALYSIS 251 people over the course of 2 days* have voiced their opinion on Twitter with 59% thinking Jeremy Hunt looks...

The Liberal Democrats’ unexpected victory in Chesham and Amersham is another...

18 June 2021 | ANALYSIS In the early hours of this morning, Sir Ed Davey's Liberal Democrats smashed its first brick out of the Conservatives'...

Internal Labour report into anti-Semitism blames moderate factions

13 April 2020 | UK NEWS / ANALYSIS An internal Labour Party report into anti-Semitism within the party was leaked to the press yesterday. Wolves...

Many do not believe the Holocaust took place – James Marlow

18 February 2019 | ANALYSIS A poll commissioned by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust found that one in twenty British adults do not believe the...

Johnson’s gloves came off in today’s fiery PMQs as Starmer struggled...

28 April 2021 | ANALYSIS "I think Boris will struggle today." That was the message I sent to the Wolves of Westminster group chat around three...

How can or will a General Election happen before October 31st...

4 July 2019 | ANALYSIS The road map to a General Election has many, many hurdles but it is possible - especially in these political...

Is the Mayor of Manchester set to succeed Sir Keir Starmer?

Throughout Jeremy Corbyn's five-year stint as leader of the Labour Party, it was often said that had another MP won the race to succeed Ed Miliband, the party would have been 10 to 20 points ahead of the Conservatives.

May’s game of brinkmanship – Jimmy Coles

17 December 2018 | ANALYSIS Another Monday, and yet another statement in the House of Commons from the Prime Minister, in what is becoming an...

EDITORIAL: Who will really pay for the Covid crisis?

4 March 2021 | ANALYSIS One thing is clear from the decisions announced in yesterday's Budget statement: politics are going on as much as economics...
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