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UKIP has dropped four points in the latest ComRes opinion poll for tomorrow’s Independent on Sunday, shared with the Sunday Mirror. And UKIP, which was the most favourably viewed party last month, has fallen behind Labour and the Conservatives in our Favourability Index.
Con 32% (+2)
We have a ComRes opinion poll in The Independent on Sunday tomorrow, shared with the Sunday Mirror. As well asking people how they would vote in a general election, we have repeated our Favourability Index, asking if people have a “favourable or unfavourable view” of the four main parties and their leaders. This month we [...]
There are a couple of mouthwatering FA Cup clashes over the weekend, both with interesting sub-plots.
I can’t give up on American football yet, say Alex Massie and Steve Evans, just because the Super Bowl is over and the season is done. There is a new season to come and the NFL draft to look forward to. Not only could the NFL sign up its first out gay player, Michael Sam, [...]
I was hoping to write something lighthearted today, but no such luck. A friend sent me a link to this piece on the ultra-right US website Newsbusters, and it’s made me so incandescently angry I have to write it out of my system.
I’d like to start by saying that the grief being expressed by the [...]
I picked up a copy of Cynan Jones’s The Dig from a display in The Book Hive, a favourite independent bookshop in Norwich, just before taking a train, and in fact at 158 pages (and more on that below) it is very well suited to a journey of a couple of hours.
Unprecedented chaos and violence that closed India’s Lok Sabha parliamentary proceedings yesterday graphically demonstrates how respect for India’s most revered institutions is crumbling as greed and raw politics disrupt the functioning of government and the running of the country.
During winter, I have a habit of staring at the blank canvas of soil on many of my allotment beds, peering closely to see if anything is growing.
These are tumultuous times for the LGBT movement, with each passing year bringing exhilaration and despair in roughly equal measure.
If George Osborne had put the Bank of England in charge of compiling the Treasury’s output gap forecasts, he might have been going in to the next election promising even bigger spending cuts.
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