The Briefing – 7/6/17

After all the build-up, all the excitement, and all the drama, it’s T-minus 23 hours until polling stations open. That’s right, you can breathe a sigh of relief, it’s nearly over. In the beginning Jeremy Corbyn was going to get a damn-good thrashing of Fawlty Towers proportions. Now it looks as though he might just […]

The Briefing – 5/6/17

We’ve been here before, haven’t we? Campaigning resumes today after a terrorist attack days ago, the second since the General Election was called and the third in three months. Like it or not, security looks as though it will dominate the rest of the election. The election itself is less than a week away. Celebrate, […]

Labour: Bennett running in Sheffield causing “confusion and irritation”

Labour say that the Green Party’s selection of their former leader, Natalie Bennett, for Sheffield Central is backfiring on her party at the doorstep, making it likely that the Green vote will fall in the General Election. According to the Sheffield Central Constituency Labour Party, residents have complained at Bennett’s “carpet-bagging” and resent “her presumption […]