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

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The Staggers
23 April 2010
Gordon Brown and David Cameron both performed far better tonight than in last week's debate. Both appeared to have read...
The Staggers
22 April 2010
We're teaming up again with our friends at Left Foot Forward, LabourList and Liberal Conspiracy tonight for a live web...
The Staggers
22 April 2010
With the Lib Dems enjoying a sustained surge in the polls, who are the senior Tories now under at threat the election?...
The Staggers
22 April 2010
Here's a revealing snippet from Ben Brogan's Telegraph column this morning, which suggests that David Cameron's days...
The Staggers
22 April 2010
Clegg's gift
The Staggers
21 April 2010
15:40 UPDATE: TimesOnline has now returned to Google's index. Jaamit Durrani reports that the Times's SEO team are...
The Staggers
21 April 2010
The headline figures from the latest opinion polls may be fascinating but they are a poor guide to the likely outcome...
The Staggers
20 April 2010
Latest poll (Sun/YouGov) Labour 60 seats short of a majority.The latest daily YouGov poll has just been published and...
The Staggers
20 April 2010
Well, not much sign of the "Big Society" here. The Conservatives have just released this new poster, which...
The Staggers
20 April 2010
Live web chat
The Staggers
20 April 2010
So it looks like Gordon Brown will have first sight of those key growth figures before Thursday's leaders' debate. The...
The Staggers
20 April 2010
Nick Clegg may be determined to remain equidistant between Labour and the Conservatives but his party's voters aren't....
The Staggers
19 April 2010
Vanishing act
The Staggers
19 April 2010
As the Lib Dems' poll surge shows no sign of abating, Labour ministers are beginning to dream again of a progressive...
The Staggers
18 April 2010
Latest poll (BPIX/Mail on Sunday) Labour 53 seats short of a majority.There are no fewer than five new polls out...

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