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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- Antifrank: The latest election round: what have we learned about UKIP? Part 1: the national trends
- Giving up on the “white working class” is a 20% strategy
- Ex Labour MP forms The North East Party
- Tories plotting to form a coalition with Northern Ireland MPs to avoid sharing power again with Clegg
- One website won’t solve the voter registration problem. The government’s policy of Individual Electoral Registration will make things worse.
- Theresa May: ‘She’s not a bloke and she didn’t go to Eton’
- Britain needs ‘Church schools’ and ‘faith schools’
- Unchallenged by craven Labour, Britain slides towards ever more selfishness
- Oxfam: MPs shocked by ‘disgraceful’ political campaigning
- Punter places ‘largest political bet ever’ with £400,000 wager on Scotland voting No
- People should be able to use mobile phones and iPads to vote, John Bercow has said.
- Remembering Willy Brandt, the chancellor of change
- Tory MP: Gay marriage was a mistake – Labour would have done it anyway
- Britain’s top family judge: ‘Give contraception lessons to problem parents’
- Michael Gove Previously Said It Was “Un-British” To Define Britishness
- Children should learn British values such as freedom and tolerance, says David Cameron
- Honour plans for veteran escapee. Mayor proposes honour for Bernard Jordan, the 89-year-old Normandy veteran who fled his nursing home to join D-Day celebrations
- Go on the internet – or lose access to government services, Francis Maude tells pensioners
- Merseysiders are the most likely to skive off to watch the World Cup
- The party politics of pot
- Today or tomorrow is the 2,337th anniversary of the death of Alexander the Great, whose military strategy and tactics are second only to Julius Caesar.
- John Bercow Backs A Referendum On Britain’s Membership Of The European Union