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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- PMQs: Inspired by Mandela, Cameron wanted to forgive his opponents
- Red Ed and Redder Ed: Cameron vs Balls PMQs feud continues
- Ed Miliband has the right policies, but the wrong election team.
- How UKIP is damaging Labour
- The Tory problem – ahead on the economy, behind on brand.
- Lib Dem treasury chief Danny Alexander accuses Tories of planning deep ‘ideological’ cuts in next term
- Make no mistake: Iain Duncan Smith wants the end of social security. Don’t let the bluster, incompetence and misinformation obscure the Quiet Man’s true, Tory purpose: destroying the welfare safety net
- Scientology is a religion, rules Supreme Court, A woman who wants to marry in a Church of Scientology chapel has won a battle in the UK’s highest court
- Why do private schools still attract the most memorable teachers?
- Now Labour could become the party of marriage and the family
- Spare us ministers’ ‘message-sending’ over the marriage tax break. Decisions about marriage are best taken by individuals without the Government’s finger-wagging, says Tom Harris.
- The most important Euro-sceptics in Europe are German
- Internet age should not undermine our jury system, says Dominic Grieve. Attorney-General backs Law Commission recommendation that jurors who search web for case details should be jailed
- Legal aid cuts spark Libor case fears
- Why is the Scottish independence debate dominated by men?
- Scottish Independence: Morrisons Says Food Prices Could Fall
- How Adam Lanza Wrecked Obama’s Second Term. Don’t blame the catastrophic health care rollout for all of the president’s woes. The Sandy Hook shooting played a big role, too.
- The Tories who failed to support Mandela’s “long walk to freedom” were not bad, merely wrong
- Heathrow boosted as Ed Miliband drops opposition to new runway
- Miliband demands party leaders block pay rise tomorrow
- UK urged to follow Nordic model of criminalising prostitution clients
- Cambridge University’s Prof John Spencer denounces comments by UKIP leader Nigel Farage on EU justice as ‘muddled and confused’
- The Indian Supreme Court upholds a law which criminalises gay sex after hearing from, inter alia, a TV astrologer who told the court a 2009 ruling which repealed the law “compromises national defence since soldiers will start having sex with each other”.
- New Home Office advice: drink 60 units of alcohol a day if you want to paint really well
- It didn’t stand up in court. A teenager accused of exposing his manhood in a burger bar was cleared after the alleged victim admitted she could not be sure if she had actually seen her mop handle.
- Lotus F1 Team come up with some new proposals and regulations for the 2014 season.
- The BBC have released the first TV trailer for Matt Smith’s Christmas swansong, The Time of the Doctor.
- David Cameron and Danish PM brush off criticism of Mandela memorial selfie.
- Five Amazing Facts About Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt
- For fans of Benedict Cumberbatch, watch and hear him say things you’ve probably never heard him say before.