Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lewisham’s votes for Labour Leader

The data for how we came to choose Ed Miliband as the leader of the Labour Party includes how party members first preferences were cast at a constituency level. What we don’t get is how people’s second, third and so … Continue reading

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Long tail of the Labour Party

I’m indebted to Skuds for pointing me in the direction of the detailed breakdown of how we voted in the recent Labour Party leadership elections. The first point I want to make is similar to one that Andrew points out; … Continue reading

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Citizen R

Let me bring your attention to a new blog, I was a public sector worker, which as the title suggests is detailing the dramatic changes that are about to shake our public services. As the author explains fings ain’t what … Continue reading

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