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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant story)
- Osborneâ€™s Austerity has failed
- Uncle George is here to teach you about deficits!
- Labour can achieve radical change amid austerity, says Ed Miliband
- Housing is now at the heart of Labourâ€™s agenda for 2015
- We should be applying the lessons of 1945 to 2015
- The Tories are fighting for the people Labour has abandoned
- Nigel Farage last monthÂ denouncing those who engage in tax avoidance
- Nigel Farage today talking about tax avoidance
- Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd are heading for a Labor leadership showdown next week as each tries to force the other to mount a challenge or resign
- Tory rebels launch their own alternative Queenâ€™s Speech as helpful reminder of why Lib Dems vital to Cameron
- A progressive case for intervention in Syria
- The Lib Dems: the party with as many knights as women MPs
- McLibel leaflet was co-written by undercover police officer Bob Lambert
- Lord Puttnam wants to fund the arts by taxing online gambling.
- The Northern Ireland government engage in some cultural vandalism.
- I’m shocked to learn that GCHQ, the government signals intelligence agency monitors signals intelligence.Â
- US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel is an alumni of the Duke of Edinburgh school of diplomacy.
- The law firm with the best initials in the business, Slaughter & May have their office gatecrashed by naked lady truckÂ (possibly NSFW)
- Today is the 2,230th anniversary of Hannibal getting lucky at the Battle of Lake Trasimene with his use of underhand and ignoble tactics against Flaminius.
- The England & Wales Cricket Team send a message to the British & Irish Lions
- Sir Bradley Wiggins suggests he may never ride Tour de France again
- On the day I move out of Manchester, parts of Manchester ban people from wearing Manchester United kits in public. Why couldn’t they have done this two years ago?