I meant to report back from the “Tribes or Causes: Can we campaign across party boundaries?” session at the Fabian conference last week but, as you may have noticed, I’m not exactly blog-heavy at the moment and time has moved on. It left me in two minds. On the one hand, a clear consensus for… Continue reading Nick Clegg: well hung?
Europe, turnout, the BNP, the Greens and fair votes
I’ve just got back from an hour’s stint on LBC talking about Yurp. Myself and fellow guest Hugo Brady from the Centre of European Reform were both under the impression we were there to discuss how the European Parliament works and the elections themselves. Instead we found ourselves being asked to mount a full frontal… Continue reading Europe, turnout, the BNP, the Greens and fair votes
Jury Team – the verdict
As I mentioned yesterday, I spent this morning at the launch of Jury Team. You can read my livetweeting of the event here. There are a few points I’d like to emphasise: Firstly, it is now clear that Jury Team is not another Your Party. It’s strength is the simplicity of the concept. In essence,… Continue reading Jury Team – the verdict