The survey suggests the League party chief could lead a right-wing coalition to replace Mario Draghi’s technocratic government after the next election. It places Mr Salvini’s movement in top spot, with 24 percent, closely followed by Brothers of Italy on 18 percent.
The former SNP leader and Scottish First Minister is vying to scoop a “supermajority” for independence but research shows his group would struggle to gain a single seat in parliament. The poll carried out by Survation for DC Thomson newspapers found dismal
Alex Salmond confirmed his new party, the Alba Party, would seek to stand on regional lists to “fill a void” the SNP has been unable to plug in recent elections. The former First Minister of Scotland insisted that taking over the regional
Professor John Curtice was invited to give his election predictions after the former First Minister Alex Salmond announced via Zoom on Friday he was launching the new pro-independence party ALBA. Several candidates for the newly-formed party announced their intention to run in the Scottish
Professor John Curtice bluntly explained that there was no doubt in his mind that the SNP would be the largest party in Holyrood come the May 6 Scottish elections. However, the University of Strathclyde academic said the SNP’s majority would directly affect
Sir Keir Starmer’s ambition to take Labour back into No10 was branded “hopeless” during a car-crash interview on Sky News. Sky News’ political editor Beth Rigby left Sir Keir stumped when she asked whether Labour’s disastrous polling figures kept him awake at