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One out of every five MEPs agrees with the notion that the European Union would be better off if the United Kingdom left, according to a ComRes poll out today. However, 76% of the representative sample of 100 MEPs disagreed, indicating broad-based support for the UK's continued membership of the EU. The poll comes in ...
Lord Ashcroft press release New research from Lord Ashcroft shows the Conservative Party has fallen back on crucial measures of public confidence since the start ...
SNP press release A major study on political opinions and the constitution by the Scottish Social Attitudes survey, published by ScotCen, shows that the majority ...
vInspired press release • One in seven (13%) 16 – 21 year olds vote David Cameron top British change-maker • Boris Johnson close behind in second with one in 11 (9...
Douglas Alexander said the Government's decision to "effectively break the European arms embargo" to the Syrian rebels had "not been the right one", and argued any i...
SNP press release Welcoming the Panelbase independence poll for the Sunday Times Scotland and Real Radio Scotland - which shows that the gap between Yes and No is ...
02/06/2013 on The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
05/05/2013 on Pienaar's Politics, BBC Radio 5 Live
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