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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant story)
- Michael Gove ‘convinced’ ofÂ Conservative victory in 2015 election
- George Osborne accused of bowing to City pressure
- Anthony Weiner and his weinerÂ are back in the newsÂ (Warning, this story contains words that may set off Dave’s porn filter)
- Claire Perry should have remembered David Cameron’s maxim about twitter.Â
- Nadine Dorries repays Â£3,000 travel expenses, Parliamentary standards watchdog finds Tory MP’s claims for trips between London and her constituency ‘wrongfully made’
- Black mark for Labour on primary school places
- Ed Miliband reforms will boost union influence, says Unite leader
- Ed Miliband’s trade union reforms are essential to building a fairer society
To emulate Blair, Ed Miliband will have to stop imitating him/ Labour’s leader is brave and principled â€“ but falls down as a future prime minister in the public projection of personality
- Cameronâ€™s empty gesture could spark a British rebirth,Â The EU referendum gives us the chance to re-emerge as a global trading nation
- The Taliban are like Eurosceptics says Tory MEP
- The Taliban are like the Bank of England says Vince Cable
- By giving a platform to climate change sceptics, the BBC is misleading the public
- Oxfam makes urgent appeal after ‘tough’ year as income falls by Â£18m
- Alex Salmond criticised over North Sea oil claims
- Just 23% of Americans under 35 said they considered themselves Republicans, compared with 50% who see themselves as Democrats.
- Transport department say 20% of rail commuters forced to stand in rush hour,Â Passengers on some peak services travelling on trains carrying 60% more people than they were designed to hold
- HS2 high-speed rail challenge rejected by court of appeal
- The Royal Baby Is Named George Alexander Louis, But Who Was He Named After?
- Jane Austen to be face of the Bank of England Â£10 note
- Alan Turing to be on a banknote?
- Vegetable crime wave: Itâ€™s the phantom cucumber dropper of old London Town
- A seminal
80sÂ 90s pop songÂ meets the movies.
- The Australian Cricket team have hit rock bottom, even the German cricket team thinks they can beat the Aussies.