Battleground briefing

The seats that will decide who makes it to No 10

In February 2014, Progress launched Battleground briefing: The seats that will decide who makes it to No 10 in partnership with PLMR. This definitive guide to Labour’s general election target list looks at the seats in detail, the majority, vote shares of the three main parties and, where appropriate, Ukip, the Scottish National party and Plaid Cymru. Battleground Britain cover

What they are saying about Battleground briefing:

‘Labour’s key seat strategy will be vital for victory. Progress’ Battleground briefing is an invaluable guide to these constituencies. I hope it inspires Labour members to join our excellent candidates on the doorstep in defeating this Tory-led government, and achieving a Labour victory in 2015.’
Spencer Livermore General election campaign director, Labour party

‘Battleground briefing is another excellent resource from Progress. I will be carrying mine round as a definitive guide to the seats we need to win a Labour majority at the next general election. Every frontbencher, backbencher and parliamentary researcher should do the same.’
Emma Reynolds MP Shadow minister for housing

‘This comprehensive guide to Labour’s 2015 target seats is interesting and incredibly useful. Progress has excelled again and shown itself to be at the forefront of the campaign for a Labour majority.’
Claude Moraes Member of the European parliament

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Editorial: Battleground Britain

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Labour’s road to victory

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