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Google poll: Does search translate to votes?

Google poll: Labour close the gap with Tories

Labour appears to be closing the gap with the Conservatives, according to the latest research of search terms during the election campaign.

Opinion Former Articles

  • NASUWT comments on College of Teaching poll

    The outcomes of this poll reflect the longstanding views of the NASUWT on the proposals to establish a College of Teaching.

  • Lessons for the coalition government in parents' poll

    Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, said: 'It is clear that on many of the key education policy issues the majority of parents do not share Coalition Ministers’ views'.

  • TUC poll shows exploitation of teachers

    Chris Keates: 'The news that teachers do the most unpaid overtime of any sector and have the highest proportion of its workforce undertaking regular unpaid overtime comes as no surprise to the NASUWT'.

  • BHA briefing on Bishops in the Lords following POWER2010 poll

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) has today published an up-to-date briefing on 'Religious Representatives in the House of Lords' to coincide with a large-scale public action and poll on the issue, which found a large majority of people are opposed to having Bishops sit in the House of Lords as of right.

  • Oldham represents the first big electoral test for the coalition

    Oldham East and Saddleworth

    The Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election is the first big electoral test for the coalition government.

  • The monarchy: national symbol or legacy of inequality?

    Should the UK have a monarchy?

    With Prince William and Kate Middleton getting married, republicans are becoming more vocal about their opposition to the monarchy.

  • WHo loses?

    Spending review

    George Osborne has unveiled the spending review, but will it really hit the rich as hard as the poor?

  • Ed Miliband arrives for his leader's speech with partner Justine Thornton

    Ed Miliband and Iraq

    Ed Miliband's first speech to conference as Labour leader saw him signal a distinct break with the past, but should he have criticised the war in Iraq?

  • The Pope is in the UK for first ever Vatican official state visit

    Pope visit

    Was the Pope right to warn of "aggresive secularism" in Britain?

  • Tony Blair's memoir took three years to write.

    Blair's memoirs

    Tony Blair has released his memoirs, three years after leaving office.

  • Ready for university? Some critics accuse examiners of dumbing down A-Levels.

    Dumbed-down A-levels

    With A-level results out, the debate over whether they are being dumbed down has returned.

  • David cameron making his speech in India

    Cameron foreign policy

    David Cameron is quickly earning a reputation for his blunt, straight-talking approach to foreign affairs.

  • Time for gay wedding?

    Gay marriage

    The debate over gay marriage is back on the agenda with evidence that the government might allow religious elements into civil partnership ceremonies.

  • George Osborne is fresh in the job as chancellor

    Emergency Budget

    After weeks of preparation, the emergency Budget is here.

  • US president Barack Obama visiting the spill.

    BP oil spill

    The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has threatened to turn into a geopolitical spat, with British politicians increasingly irritated by President Obama's tough rhetoric.

  • Britain has a hung parliament for the first time since 1974

    General election 2010

    The 2010 general election has seen voters return a hung parliament for the first time since 1974.

  • The new face(s) of British politics

    Coalition government

    Britain has a coalition government for the first time since the Second World War.

  • Polling day

    This feature has been temporarily disabled while polls are open.

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