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Why not relax, and converse into the night on the day’s events in PB NightHawks.

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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant story)

  1. Gove or May as Tory leader? No, Boris is still the grassroots’ favourite – and by a country mile Exclusive polling shows that Boris Johnson is by a long way the Conservative grassroots’ favourite to succeed David Cameron as party leader
  2. How Boris plans to run the Ultimate Bandwagon Leadership Campaign – “He is the Ulysses of our time, and sees the leadership as his Penelope. The Mayoralty is only Calypso – a stopping-point on the way back to what he sees as his own, as his possession. His competitors are the suitors.  He is coming for them with a quiverful of fiery arrows.”
  3. Hopi Sen - Why Labour shouldn’t only rely on a yellow tide to victory
  4. The Conservative Party has hired Barack Obama’s campaign manager Jim Messina for its general election campaign team
  5. You Sexy Thing – Nate Silver The man who made number-crunching sexy
  6. Lib Dem peer calls on Nick Clegg to reopen party funding talks - Labour welcomes intervention of Lord Oakeshott, who says Clegg should be prepared to override Tory veto if necessary
  7. Tweeting arrests of ‘illegal immigrants’ is a new low for the Home Office
  8. Question to which the answer is yes: is this what being ‘tough on immigration’ looks like?
  9. UKIP condemns Home Office roundup of suspected illegal immigrants - Nigel Farage calls actions deeply disturbing and ‘not the British way of doing things’
  10. As long as the Tories carry on their grim anti-immigrant posturing, their ‘Racist Party’ image will remain
  11. If you live in an ethnically diverse area – your rights are more likely to be doubted
  12. The US civil war is playing out again – this time over voter rights
  13. UKIP – a truly Conservative government at last?
  14. Labour MP George Mudie’s “hesitant and confused” outburst at Ed Miliband stings because it rings true
  15. Universal Credit staff describe chaos behind scenes of flagship Tory reform
  16. Conservative members want the Coalition to end shortly before the election (and are opposed to the idea of another afterwards)
  17. So which anniversary will sway the Scots? Both Bannockburn and the Great War will loom large when Scotland votes on independence, one year from now
  18. Better Together’s dismal campaign will weaken the UK in the long-run
  19. Man with learning difficulties could be forcibly sterilised in UK first
  20. BT and Vodafone among telecoms companies passing details to GCHQ
  21. Taiwan’s Politicians Brawl In Nuclear Debate (VIDEO)
  22. MPs to be banned from touching Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill statues for luck

  23. Network Rail have released a compilation of drunken accidents at railway station
  24. The next Doctor, will be revealed on Sunday at 7pm on BBC1
  25. Why the Ashes can be bad for you – The England player who lost the Ashes & died in poverty
  26. Red trousers are nothing for posh chaps to blush about An opinion poll shows that most people have a negative view of men wearing red trousers. (TSE – for those who attended Dirty Dicks in April, what do you think the polling would say about men with red shoes?)
  27. Best of wishes and luck to Nick Palmer tomorrow at the Broxtowe selection, hopefully we’ll be saying tomorrow to Nick, So You Win Again



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