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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: the Labour movement in the South West still has much to do.


The South West is always an interesting region for Labour Party politics and the recent local elections continue to provide food for thought.

There is no question that Labour had a good result across the region this week, with retained and additional councillors right across the South West. 649 more words


Political State of the South West


It’s now been 10 months since the General Election and for the first time a South West firm have decided to produce a monthly qualitative poll of voter responses in the South West. 782 more words


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My most viewed post of 2010 on John's Jottings?

As 2010 draws to a close I have been looking back at my Jottings over the last 12 months to see what was popular and what wasn’t so much. 89 more words


For whom does Bell toil?

Since 1983 one man has been representing the people of central Middlesbrough in Westminister – Sir Stuart Bell.  For twenty-seven years and through seven general elections Sir Bell has held the position of  Member of Parliament for Middlesbrough. 869 more words


Has the BNP got one foot in the grave?

So after months of speculation, it has been confirmed that the party is “technically broke” after claims from their former legal advisor. About time is all I can say. 138 more words


Step Outside Posh Boy! First Leaders Debate GE2010.

So, I tweeted right through it whilst watching it, summarised it in a Facebook status, next logical step? Add to my political blog of course. Such a monumental event in this election could not be ignored. 1,555 more words