The Tories want to frame this election as a straight choice between David Cameron and Ed Miliband. So, today Cameron delivered some of his most direct attacks on Miliband yet.… Continue reading The post David Cameron: ‘This is a high stakes, high risk election’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
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Ed Miliband used last night’s election interview with Jeremy Paxman as an opportunity to blast the Murdoch press. The Labour leader told viewers that he had stood up to Rupert Murdoch, and would… Continue reading The post Rupert Murdoch calls Ed Miliband out on his debate boast appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The first televised debate ahead of the General Election in May laid bare one of the most embarrassing aspects of Britain's political discussion — immigration. Both Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband were grilled...Show More Summary
In case you missed it, here's everything you need to know about last night's first TV 'debate' between Prime Minister David Cameron and Ed Miliband. 1.) Sky and Channel 4 wanted you to know that this was an EVENT. It's time for the Cameron...Show More Summary
Last night, 105 lucky voters were serenaded — literally — by David Cameron. Along with Ed Miliband, the Conservative Party leader was at the Sky studios in London, to be grilled by Jeremy Paxman and take questions from a studio audience ahead of the General Election in May. Show More Summary
David Cameron and Ed Miliband both ‘won’ last night’s TV Q&A session. The Prime Minister put in a decent performance and came out ahead in the snap poll. But Miliband exceeded expectations, albeit… Continue reading The post Miliband’s performance last night vindicates the Tories’ strategy of no head-to-head debates appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter of a close national election in Britain, an opinion poll showed, but opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband leveraged a rare opportunity to promote himself on a national stage.
According to the snap polls, David Cameron was victorious in the first TV ‘debate’ — but Ed Miliband didn’t do too badly either. In this View from 22 podcast special,… Continue reading The post Listen: The Spectator’s verdict on the Cameron/Miliband Q&A appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband rejected criticism that his image as "a geek" made him an electoral liability for his party, saying he didn't care what the country's mostly right-leaning press said about him.
David Cameron won tonight’s TV head to head with Ed Miliband according to an instant ICM poll. The poll for the Guardian gives the evening to Cameron 54-46. Though, it… Continue reading The post Despite Cameron’s win, Labour will be happy with Ed Miliband’s Q&A performance appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter before a close national election in Britain, turning in a stronger performance than Labour leader Ed Miliband, a poll showed on Thursday.
The winner of tonight's debate was #BattleForNumber10 pic.twitter.com/fBGvcyNiF7 — TSE (@TSEofPB) March 26, 2015 Jeremy Paxman proved why he’s the best in the business. But I do wonder if Ed Miliband’s “Hell Yeah”when Paxman asked him if he was “tough enough to deal with the likes of Putin” maybe the most memorable event from the […]
Welcome to The Spectator’s live coverage of the Q&A session with David Cameron and Ed Miliband on Channel 4 and Sky News. We’ll be providing the latest developments and analysis on the… Continue reading The post Live: TV Q&A with David Cameron and Ed Miliband appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Tonight Kay Burley will moderate a ‘town hall’ style Q&A with David Cameron and Ed Miliband as part of the election debate package. When Mr S bumped into Burley’s Sky colleague Adam Boulton… Continue reading The post Adam Boulton: David Dimbleby is a backwards step for BBC’s election coverage appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The British General Election campaign gets into full swing this evening with the first televised live debate between Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Ed Miliband. The event, which will be aired on Channel 4 and Sky News, comes after months of tortuous negotiations about what format the debates, if any, should take. Show More Summary
Tonight Ed Miliband and David Cameron will be interviewed by Jeremy Paxman in two separate interviews, after Cameron declined to do a head-to-head interview with the Labour leader. Now, Mr S hears… Continue reading The post Has Ed Miliband been spending £10,000 a day on Obama debate coach? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
I managed to catch the last PMQ's of this Westminster Parliament and John Rentoul's portrait of events is spot on because Ed Miliband had a bad day at the office and was left looking completely flat-footed. At one point David Cameron...Show More Summary
The Times cartoonist Peter Brookes re-imagines the Labour leader Ed Miliband as Richard III, whose short reign as King of England was put to the sword at the Battle of Bosworth Feld in 1485. Richard assumed the throne in controversial circumstances and in Shakespeare's famous play the deformed monarch is portrayed as a malevolent, villainous schemer. Make of that what you will.
Ed Miliband had a disastrous PMQs today after the Labour leader claimed the Tories would raise VAT, only to have David Cameron deny that he would increase the tax. Besides leaving Miliband… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s VAT pledge spells disaster for Labour’s new poster campaign appeared first on Spectator Blogs.