Boris Johnson accused of ‘running scared’ of Scottish voters amid questions over election visit

Boris Johnson accused of ‘running scared’ of Scottish voters as Scots Tory leader Douglas Ross admits he is ‘not sure’ the Prime Minister will campaign in Scotland ahead of May’s Holyrood elections Ross said today that he was ‘not sure’ Mr Johnson would come north to campaign Scots Tory boss had ‘previously expected’ UK party leader … Read more

Labour has to show voters it’s sorry for inflicting Corbyn on country, says Shadow Cabinet source

Labour still has to show voters it’s sorry for inflicting Jeremy Corbyn on the country, key Shadow Cabinet ally of Sir Keir Starmer warns Sir Keir spent much of past year trying to distance himself from his predecessor He even suspended Jeremy Corbyn from Parliamentary Labour Party last year But senior Sir Keir ally said ex-Labour … Read more

Ethnic minority voters believe royal family IS racist, YouGov poll reveals 

Ethnic minority voters believe royal family IS racist and 43% don’t want the monarchy to continue – but 67% like the Queen, YouGov poll reveals A poll found 43 per cent of ethnic minority Britons believe royal family is racist  Of the general UK population 55 per cent believe royals not racist, YouGov found Survey … Read more

Conservatives in 13-POINT poll lead over Labour as voters support Budget tax rises

The Tories have opened up a huge 13-point poll lead over Labour after voters gave the Budget their seal of approval despite its massive tax raid. Research by YouGov found Conservative support had surged four points to 45 per cent over the past week – while Keir Starmer‘s party tumbled to 32 per cent. The … Read more

Tories open up 13-POINT poll lead as voters give Budget seal of approval

The Tories have opened up a huge 13-point poll lead over Labour after voters gave the Budget their seal of approval despite its massive tax raid. Research by YouGov found Conservative support had surged four points to 45 per cent over the past week – while Keir Starmer‘s party tumbled to 32 per cent. The … Read more

Left-wing voters would rather let far-right Marine Le Pen into power than back Emmanuel Macron

A leading French daily has rattled the ruling party and sparked intense speculation about next year’s presidential election by suggesting that voters on the left won’t come to Emmanuel Macron‘s aid if he finds himself in a rematch with the far-right. Votes from the left propelled centrist Macron to power in 2017 in a run-off … Read more

Swiss voters are poised to approve ‘burqa ban’

Swiss voters will deliver their verdict on a proposed ‘burqa ban’ this weekend with polls suggesting they are likely to approve the measure in Sunday’s referendum.  The far-right Swiss People’s Party is spearheading the campaign to ban face coverings in public, arguing that ‘our tradition is that you show your face’ and describing the veils … Read more

HFPA member Jenny Cooney didn’t see ‘a problem’ with having ZERO Black Golden Globes voters

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made it clear in a brief segment during Sunday night’s Golden Globes that they will try to get more Black members, though a current member reveals the organization didn’t see ‘a problem’ with it before. Jenny Cooney represents her native Australia in the HFPA, which runs the Golden Globes every … Read more

A THIRD of Tory voters would approve of Rishi replacing Boris as PM

More than a THIRD of 2019 Tory voters would approve of Chancellor Rishi Sunak replacing Boris Johnson as PM before the next general election New poll showed 37 per cent of Tory voters would approve of the PM change Some 26 per cent of 2019 Conservative voters said they would disapprove Two-thirds of Tory voters … Read more

Voters say MAKE key workers have the Covid jab, MoS poll reveals 

Voters back the use of vaccine passports and overwhelmingly support compulsory jabs for critical key workers, an exclusive Mail on Sunday poll has found. The survey also revealed widespread concerns over the low take-up of the vaccine among some ethnic-minority groups. The Deltapoll research found that 54 per cent of people support the use of … Read more