Over to you: what should be next?

I’m going on holiday for a bit, so it’ll be quiet here for a little while.

In the meantime, it would be great to hear from you with any thoughts on what you’d be interested in seeing covered when I’m back. Has there been too much politics lately? Want more climate change?  Or is Boris vs Ken all you want to know about?

Your suggestions below would be most welcome.

  1. Kate says:

    what’s the view about shale gas? do people think it’s going to solve the energy crisis or do they think it’s another dirty fuel? or have they not even heard of it?

    and is there any change from the heartland institute revelations?

  2. Eric the red says:

    Can you look at what’s going on with ed miliband? Is he helping or hurting labour? And how do his ratings compare with Cameron’s at the same time? I think Cameron had a long time when he was doing badly before his numbers started going up maybe about the same time as brown took over. Perhaps the same thing with Blair in his first years as leader, perhaps thatcher too.

  3. Guy S says:

    Where’s public opinion on ‘workfare’ and the welfare reforms? Andrew Rawnsley reckons the public sides with the Tories; Peter Kellner seems to agree (see http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/feb/26/andrew-rawnsley-voters-not-against-welfare-reform?CMP=twt_gu) – but what do other polls say, on balance?

    Site’s great, good balance of politics, social issues & climate stuff I reckons… 🙂

  4. Leo says:

    Thanks everyone! I’ll have a look at all of these.

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