Weekly Survey: Immigration policy, teachers’ union and Scottish election chances

29th March, 2016 6:30 pm
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Caroline Flint has warned that Britain could be destined for a “permanent Tory Government” unless Labour policy moves towards voters’ opinions on immigration. However, these views contradict those of most party members.
Senior Labour MPs stopped attending the National Union of Teachers’ conference in 2002 after years of being heckled and booed by delegates. Was Jeremy Corbyn right to speak at the event last week?
This week is the second televised debate between the Scottish party leaders in the run up to elections in May. Kezia Dugdale has pledged to introduce a 50p top rate of tax, while SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has changed her mind on the issue. Will Labour’s chances be boosted by promising a top-rate tax hike?

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