Jonathan Calder has been dispensing advice to Ming Campbell via the Guardian today under the West Wing inspired headline Let Ming Be Ming. Personally, I have a more crude bit of advice: acquire a brass neck. My analysis of the last three months is that there are lots of signs of progress. The party has… Continue reading Let Ming Be Merciless
Mike Smithson rightly dismisses today’s Mori poll as an accurate reflection of voter intention.Â Indeed, I have always dismissed Mori polls for the same reasons. But there is one small note of optimisim.Â Because Mori only looks at those “certain to vote” it does suggest a slight hardening of the Lib Dem vote, which is… Continue reading Mori Boost
I’m a little torn regarding Peter Black’s recent outburst about Ming Campbell’s leadership. I share many of Peter’s concerns and support his right to air them, but I question why he chose the nuclear option of seeking to turn them all into a question of leadership. Take the tax policy for example. I too agree… Continue reading Peter Black: where’s the beef?