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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- YouGov tracking data since 2006 shows the changing reputations of the political parties: Labour’s leftward shift under Ed Miliband, the Conservatives’ rightward swing since 2010
- Tom Watson: shadow cabinet cowards should back Miliband or step down
- Ed Miliband must rouse himself from the chloroform of caution.
- Ukip: Winning Here! Ukip is learning how to street fight, and that should worry the two main parties
- The political implications of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
- Alex Salmond: Glasgow will vote for independence and become ‘Freedom City’ First Minister sparks controversy after attempting to use the Commonwealth Games to drum up support for independence
- David Cameron considers basing himself in Scotland before referendum. Lib Dems oppose idea of prime minister spending up to two weeks in Scotland, claiming he could damage the no campaign
- Is a Tea Party movement about to kick off in Britain?
- George Monbiot Challenges Owen Paterson To A Duel
- Beware the New, Techno-Nationalist Right
- Emily Benn: What I can offer British politics.
- Westminster wargames and what we don’t know
- Is breakfast TV the perfect training ground for politicians?
- Different perspectives on Gaza: Arab commentators and Labour MPs
- The Liberal Democrats’ Jewish problem
- David Cameron will play tennis and keep £160,000 donation from former Putin minister
- Justine Thornton is a person, not Ed Miliband’s ‘secret weapon’
- Batman turns 75: 11 Batman related facts you might not know
- Tomorrow is the 447th anniversary of the forced abdication of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the succession of her one year old son, James I of England.
- Undercover police spied on grieving families of De Menezes, Groce and Reel. Scotland Yard claims relatives were not the target of surveillance but that ‘inappropriate’ information about them was gathered