The Ipsos MORI Politics and Society podcast takes a data-driven look at the world of UK politics and beyond. Join host Keiran Pedley and expert guests as they look at the trends that shape our society in the 21st century.
On this week’s podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Ailsa Henderson from the University of Edinburgh and Emily Gray of Ipsos MORI Scotland to discuss this week's bombshell Ipsos MORI / STV News poll showing support for Scottish independence at a record 58%. The group discuss what has caused support for independence to increase, the arguments Scots find convincing for independence and for Scotland staying in the Union and what might happen at the Scottish parliamentary elections next year.
On this week's Ipsos MORI Politics & Society podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Katy Balls, Deputy Political Editor of The Spectator and Ben Walker, Data Journalist at the New Statesman and founder of the Britain Elects website. The team discuss the fallout from new COVID restrictions announced by the government this week – and what the public think of them as well as reaction to Keir Starmer’s first conference speech as Labour leader and how he polls versus Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
On this week's Ipsos MORI Politics & Society podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by former Deputy Chief of Staff to David Cameron, Baroness Kate Fall and Asa Bennett, Brexit Editor at the Daily Telegraph, to discuss the state the Conservative Party finds itself in under Boris Johnson and the challenge to its future in government posed by Labour leader Keir Starmer.
On the inaugural Ipsos MORI Politics & Society podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Ayesha Hazarika, Alastair Campbell and our Chief Executive Ben Page to discuss historic poll ratings for the new Labour leader and where the Labour Party go from here after a historic defeat in December.
Documentary | BLINDSIDED: How the world fell into a pandemic-shaped recession
BLINDSIDED is the product of a global, video-based research project that – through the eyes of families around the world – captures the critical moments over four months where the world found itself entangled in a pandemic and tumbling into recession. Join us for an exclusive streaming on 10 November.