George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman (@georgeeaton)

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The Staggers
11 May 2010
No minority government
The Staggers
10 May 2010
The numbers
The Staggers
10 May 2010
Interest in electoral reform appears to be at an all-time high (I never thought I'd see "proportional...
The Staggers
10 May 2010
The Liberal Democrats may have won just 57 seats on Thursday, five fewer than in 2005, but the extra 850,000 votes they...
The Staggers
10 May 2010
The negotiations between the Lib Dems and the Conservatives are so secretive that we can only guess what the sticking...
The Staggers
08 May 2010
Reports that David Cameron has offered three cabinet places to the Lib Dems (home secretary, transport secretary and...
The Staggers
08 May 2010
The BBC reports that Gordon Brown "delivered a diatribe laced with threats" when he spoke to Nick Clegg last...
The Staggers
08 May 2010
One of the notable trends from this election is that Labour's left-wing MPs performed disproportionately well. Not one...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
With 46 seats left to declare, the Conservatives have conceded that there is now no chance of David Cameron emerging...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
In the wake of the MPs' expenses scandal, it was often casually assumed that there would be a significant increase in...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
She became the poster girl of the expenses scandal, and now a tearful-looking Jacqui Smith has lost her Redditch seat...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
No Portillo moment
The Staggers
07 May 2010
Things aren't getting any better for the Lib Dems. Lembit Öpik, one of the party's stars, has just lost Montgomeryshire...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
Good news for Labour, this. In its first gain of the night, it's taken Blaenau Gwent back from the independent...
The Staggers
07 May 2010
This could be the most sensational result we get all night. Peter Robinson, the First Minister of Northern Ireland and...

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