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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. Â 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 governmentâ€™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 yearâ€™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 â€“ here’s how Labour will do it
- Labour’s policy ideas are pointless if the public just isn’t listening.Â 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.Â 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,Â 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
- Putinâ€™s strange intervention over Scottish independence
- Alistair Carmichael warns Scotland against EU hopes
- Milibandâ€™s mysterious aversion to public sector reform.Â The Labour leaderâ€™s case for competition just happens to stop at the boundaries of the state
- BBC’s office noticeboard sparks fresh row over ‘Labour bias’.Â 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 clippingsÂ
- 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.