The economic and social implications of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union are still playing out, but the political fallout has already begun.
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner proved to be the most accurate firm to poll during the recent presidential campaign in the Dominican Republic – the third consecutive presidential election in the Dominican Republic in which the firm has held that distinction.
With one week remaining in the Dominican Republic's presidential campaign, President Danilo Medina is poised for re-election, with a commanding 23-point lead over Luis Abinader.
At 01:53 on Friday 8th May 2015, Marcus Jones was returned as MP for Nuneaton with an increased majority, and Labour realised it was staying in opposition. Civil servants could put down their copies of Labour’s manifesto - its plans would not be realized. Labour failed.
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This article by James Morris, partner and Director of GQR’s London Office, originally appeared in the Times.
It is based on a survey conducted for The Fabian Society, with support from the TUC and FEPS. Click here for an interactive portal where you can explore the data and download data tables.