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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant story)
- Tim Montgomerie channels his inner Dan Hodges, Five reasons why Ed Miliband might be easier to beat than Gordon Brown
- Occasional PB contributor Hopi Sen is fearful about Labour’s current polling.
- England needs a new party of the left, says Plaid Cymru’s leader
What’s killing Labour? A thousand failures to oppose the cuts.
- Why Labour risks a challenge from the left
- Nigel Farage modelled his career on Alex Salmond
- Fears for Alex Salmond’s safety prompts police review
- David Cameron has compared himself to Harry Potter in JK Rowling’s novelsÂ but hinted that the British public might think he is more like Voldemort.
House Of Lords To Get Â£100,000 New Toilets. The cost of refurbishing two small toilets at the House of Lords with “historic oak panelling” will be met by taxpayers.
- A Leviathan cowed â€“ welcome to Britain in 2023 -Â The spending review foretells a smaller and far more humble government
- Leicester East MP Keith Vaz has challenged several MPs to a “Gangnam Style dance-off” – after he was filmed copying the internet sensation.
- Joan of ArcÂ vows to bring back the Franc and destroy the Euro
- Croatia has become the 28th member of the European Union
- Labour’s candidate in Sheffield Hallam thinksÂ he can topple Clegg
- Why Tories should be wary of giving tax breaks to married couples
- Why a married couples’ tax allowance could be deadly for the Tories
- In language and action, there’s a new brutalism in Westminster.Â George Osborne is not interested in helping people. His purpose is political positioning
- After Osborne’s spin, it’s time to bring parliament and the public into the spending process,Â Institutional reforms can reduce the extent to which short-term tactics trump long-term thinking.
- Osborne has turned an omni-shambles into an omni-rout and buried ‘borrow more’ Ed Miliband
- Alastair Campbell Says Winston Churchill Was Bigger Liar Than Tony Blair
- Cash for classrooms: Michael Gove plans to let firms run schools for profit
- Today is the 97th anniversary of the first day of The Battle of the Somme,Â 19,240 soldiers of the British Army are killed and nearly 40,000 woundedÂ on the first day.