Field Reports

News and views from the Field team

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    Brexit for Breakfast

    After a political earthquake of unprecedented scale, Britain is left seeking both a new Prime Minister and a new...

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    Last Minute Gremlins Boost Remain?

    Do you leave everything to the last minute? Thousands of people attempting to register to vote right at the...

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    Is Leave Taking Control?

    “Vote Leave, Take Control”, “Vote Leave, Take Control”…. no sentient creature can possibly fail to know what the strapline...

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    Who Let the Cameras in?

    Reality TV isn’t often our recommended watch of the week here at Field, but this week it is different....

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    It’s All to Play For

    Day by the day, it feels ever more like there are two elections going on right now. The referendum...

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    Khan he deliver?

    Two weeks in to Sadiq Khan’s Mayoralty, and it is becoming clear the challenge he faces, particularly in relation...

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    Remains to be seen

    Not a day goes by now without some scaremongering about the impact of either staying in the EU, or...

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    Beige Bills Reveal Their Secrets

    This week’s Queen’s Speech was a bit dull. A bit beige and instantly forgotten. But the Bills it included...

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    Holding EU Lot Together

    The EU Referendum is just 33 days away and don’t we know it. The PM let slip he can’t...

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    Little and Quietly: How Labour will Respond

    You’d be hard pressed to find a comprehensive reaction from Her Majesty’s Opposition to the Queen’s Speech today. An...

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    Cameron’s Queen’s Speech: Inoffensive, but is it enough?

    The problem with today’s Queen’s Speech is that it does not look like a radical and cutting edge Government. That is not necessarily...

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    Lords Lose Housing Ping Pong

    This week saw the Housing and Planning Bill receive its Royal Assent after ping ponging between the Lords and...

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    Why Sadiq won (or how Zac lost)

    Sadiq Khan is the Mayor of London having triumphed in a tightly contested, lengthy and frequently bitter campaign. So,...

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    The Union Back from the Brink

    And what of the incumbents – the SNP in Scotland and the Conservatives around the UK? Well, the results...

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    1985 All Over Again

    1985. Margaret Thatcher was in Downing Street. David Cameron was in the Bullingdon Club. Everton were league champions. And...

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