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Government parties continue to regain ground: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (29th March 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 28th March 2015 

Following Thursday’s Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI poll comes the latest in the series of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion polls. In this poll, Fine Gael and Labour yet again are seen to make further gains, with the combined support levels now commanded by these parties at the highest level in months and with Labour now reaching the crucial 10% support level. 3,782 more words

Fianna Fail

Honourable Friends?

Here is my review of a book recently published by one of my favourite British politicians: Caroline Lucas. Caroline was the Green Party’s single Member of Parliament in the last administration, which ended last week, ready for a general election to create a new one on May 7. 5,297 more words


Election focus: Marine Protected Areas

We’re an island nation. The seas surrounding us help to give us our identity, provide food, power and recreation for many of us. They’re also an important ecosystem. 1,286 more words


Swedish Green minority in government leads to oppression of the majority and a "bad democracy"

The Swedish Green party won 6.9% of the vote (25 seats in a 349 seat parliament) in the last general election. But they are part of the minority government with the Social Democrats (31% of the vote – 113 seats). 493 more words


David Kesteven - North East Derbyshire Constituency

Personal Candidate Statement for the General Election 2015

As the Green Party candidate for North East Derbyshire, I think that the most important thing for the party is to field as many candidates as possible to give the public a chance to vote Green. 345 more words

Derbyshire County

Who are you calling a Red Tory?

There’s a glorious and comforting myth doing the rounds on the left. It’s like warm milk and honey to those who like their politics black and white, with little or no space for any grey. 1,642 more words

Kettering finally have the chance to vote Green

Kettering will have the chance to vote for the Green Party in the upcoming general election for the first time ever.

Robert Reeves has been announced as the Green’s very first parliamentary candidate for the Kettering constituency. 399 more words