The new prime minister’s chequered record

Mary Creagh MP  |  15 July 2016

We will look back on the summer of 2016 as one of the most tumultuous periods for British politics since the second world war. Alongside the economic, constitutional and social uncertainty the Brexit vote unleashed, its political shockwaves continue to reverberate. First, David Cameron resigned. Michael Gove then stabbed Boris Johnson in the back in …

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Meet the swing voters

  |  1 December 2013

In this special report for Progress, Deborah Mattinson and Zoe Tyndall find out what swing voters in four ‘Frontline 40’ seats want to see from Labour Lizzie, aged 36, lives in Crewe, and is a childcare worker with two kids of her own. Nilesh, 28, works for a firm of accountants. He is single and …

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