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If you’re a lurker, and you’re thinking of delurking why not delurk tonight, I have, True Faith, in your ability to make a contribution. You’ll set a new World In Motion for yourselves, when you start posting. you’ll find if you don’t delurk, you’ll, Regret, it.
The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- Why Labour should be terrified of UKIP
- Are minorities supportive of the government’s restrictive stance on immigration?
- Tories yet to select candidates to fight Lib Dem top dogs
- Will the Lib Dems have ANY women MPs after next year’s election?
- Why Miliband hasn’t guaranteed that Balls will be Chancellor
- Lord Rennard threatens legal action over suspension by Lib Dems
- Getting more Britons into work is vital – here’s how Labour will do it
- Labour’s policy ideas are pointless if the public just isn’t listening. Miliband must address deeper public grievances if banking, benefits and other reforms Labour announces this month are to even get a hearing.
- Trickle-down economics is the greatest broken promise of our lifetime. The richest 85 people in the world have as much wealth as the poorest 3.5bn. That should be a wake-up call to the deepest sleepers
- The International Monetary Fund is widely expected to raise its outlook for the UK on Tuesday, pushing up the country’s growth forecasts by more than for any other major economy.
- Bizarre Love Triangle #1, The messy Hollande triangle reinforces the case for marriage
- Bizarre Love Triangle #2. Vicky Pryce gave Chris Huhne a black eye and dragged him through a window, court hears
- The Bank of Salford could start a revolution in local finance
- Putin’s strange intervention over Scottish independence
- Alistair Carmichael warns Scotland against EU hopes
- Miliband’s mysterious aversion to public sector reform. The Labour leader’s case for competition just happens to stop at the boundaries of the state
- BBC’s office noticeboard sparks fresh row over ‘Labour bias’. Conservative MP Rob Wilson writes to Lord Hall calling for an investigation into a string of unbalanced reports and a BBC staff noticeboard displaying anti-Tory newspaper clippings
- Broadcasters favouring No campaign according to new academic study
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage agrees to take part in PinkNews Q&A – Submit your questions here.
- The strange madness of Lib-Labbery.
- Blue Monday, bad science and nonsense PR
- Somebody tried to perform a citizen’s arrest on Tony Blair in a Shoreditch restaurant on Friday, here’s what happened next.