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Research shows that just 13 per cent think Ed Miliband is capable of being Prime Minister

14th November 2014 16:47

It has been a bad week for Ed Miliband, as results of a new survey show only 13 per cent believe he could be prime minister. It was found that 58 per cent of Labour supporters claim to be “dissatisfied” with Miliband’s leadership performance. Similarly,… Read more...


Survey suggests that 17,500 men in Northern Ireland pay for sex each year

27th October 2014 17:39

A study conducted by Queen’s University, Belfast, has shown that approximately 17,500 men are paying for sex each year. The research, commissioned by the Department of Justice, comes in the wake of the proposal by DUP peer Lord Morrow to pass a Human… Read more...


Majority of Brits Want a Better-Balanced Economy, Research Shows

10th October 2014 10:47

Ahead of the general election campaigns, new figures have revealed voters are desperate for a rebalanced economy as well as a resurgence of British industry to be in the limelight. New EEF figures show 63% of shoppers hope to see Britain’s economy better-balanced,… Read more...


Study Reveals Strains Among Scottish Police and Chief Superintendents

9th October 2014 12:21

A survey conducted last month, by the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents, discovered that one in 10 (11%) Scottish police superintendents and chief superintendents feel bullied in the workplace. The study’s latest figure is an increase on… Read more...


Majority of Brits Support Labour’s New Policies, Poll Shows

25th September 2014 11:21

A recently conducted survey has uncovered the public’s opinion on several of the Labour party’s new policies. Of the 2,141 British adults questioned, the majority (54%) said they would support the Labour party’s initiative to freeze the… Read more...


Identity Should Remain Anonymous in Sexual Abuse Trials Unless Guilty, Brits Say

17th September 2014 16:54

According to a recent survey, the majority of Britons believe people who are accused of sexual abuse crimes should only have their identity revealed if they are found to be guilty. Of the 1,704 British adults questioned, six in 10 (61%) agreed with the above… Read more...


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