Jon Bernstein, former deputy editor of New Statesman, is a digital strategist and editor. He tweets @Jon_Bernstein. 

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The Staggers
16 April 2010
ITV will be pleased this morning to learn that its televised leaders' debate - the first of its kind in the UK - drew...
The Staggers
15 April 2010
So just over a week into the campaign, which parties have been generating most noise? Assuming all publicity is...
The Staggers
14 April 2010
In the next issue of the New Statesman, Dominic Sandbrook has a terrific essay on the televised leaders' debates, What...
The Staggers
13 April 2010
. . . goes to the CCHQ insider and New Statesman columnist Gideon Donald."AN INVITATION TO JOIN THE GOVERNMENT OF...
The Staggers
12 April 2010
It was always likely to be a strange day for Ellie Gellard, known to her (3,000-plus) Twitter followers as @...
The Staggers
12 April 2010
And so begins week two of the 2010 election campaign:LabourGordon Brown is in Birmingham today to launch Labour's...
The Staggers
11 April 2010
It reads like a biopic so appalling it would finally push the British film industry over the edge. But in fact it's a...
The Staggers
11 April 2010
Anti-politics
The Staggers
11 April 2010
Twenty five days to go and counting:Labour, Conservatives and Liberal DemocratsAll three parties are being a little...
The Staggers
10 April 2010
Another day, another raft of opinion polls -- but how to interpret them? We know that applying a uniform national swing...
The Staggers
10 April 2010
Yesterday we brought you the story of a Labour PPC brought down by inappropriate "tweets". But if this was...
The Staggers
10 April 2010
Cameron under fire
The Staggers
10 April 2010
Yes, we know it's Saturday. With 26 days (including weekends) to go, here's what's happening today:LabourThe Work and...
The Staggers
09 April 2010
With just 27 days (count them) until election day, here is what's happening today:LabourGordon Brown -- presumably with...
The Staggers
08 April 2010
Each morning between now and 6 May we'll mark your card and highlight the main events of the coming day's campaigning,...

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