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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- PMQs: Bad Jokes, ‘Crap’, ‘Hashtag’ And A Fake Moustache
- PMQs Verdict: Are we all Marxists now?
- PMQ review: Cameron wriggles free from Miliband’s intellectual attack
- Spanish PM:Â Independent Scotland would be out of the EU.Â Scotland would be kicked out of the European Union if it voted for independence, the Spanish Prime Minister has said in a devastating blow to Alex Salmondâ€™s claims membership would be seamless.
- English, Welsh and Northern IrishÂ ‘would need to approve Scottish currency union in second referendum’
- If I had the voteÂ I’d grab the chance of Scottish independence
- Labour must answer the SNP with more than a slogan.Â Unless Ed Miliband defines what One Nation means, the nationalists could win a victory that will leave him paralysed
- Scotlandâ€™s Future:Â A Braveheart whose mum still does the laundry
- Scotland will face severest cutsÂ in political history if they reject independence
- Could Susan Boyle write a new Scottish national anthem?Â Alex Salmond’s independence manifesto is oddly quiet on what will happen if Scotland drops God Save the Queen. Could Calvin Harris or Emeli SandÃ© pen a new tune? We look at some contenders
- The march of time has outpaced the Tory modernisers
- John Bercow bids to upgrade Parliament to ‘version 2.0’.Â Commons Speaker John Bercow has launched a special commission on “digital democracy”, saying it could pave the way for online voting and “e-dialogue” between MPs and constituents.
- â€˜The 35 per cent strategy is a mythâ€™
- The real reason why the Co-op saga is bad news for Labour
- Nick Clegg’s scapegoating of immigrants is his most unforgiveable Tory collaboration yet.Â Historians of the future may say the Lib Dem did as well as he could have â€“ nonsense
- Itâ€™s â€œImmigration Hysteria Dayâ€. Again. Hereâ€™s how Lib Dems need to respond
- On EU migrants, David Cameron is making promises he can’t keep.Â Sadly for all of us, the Prime Minister does not have the guts to do what is necessary, says Nigel Farage.
- Andrew Mitchell loses appeal over Â£500k Plebgate libel case fees
- Bedroom tax: stress and struggle as benefits clawback hits home.Â Claimants explain how the policy has forced changes, from heating cutbacks to fruitless hunts for smaller homes
- House prices outside South East still at pre-2008 levels
- Most scientists believe in man-made global warming. Here’s a new reason why they may be wrong
- Boris on Maggie: She saved us from â€œan ecstasy of uselessnessâ€
- BBC must be ‘less British’ about telling public service is worth the licence fee, says Lord Hall.Â The BBC must be “less British” and â€œget aggressiveâ€ about convincing the nation it is value for money, director-general Lord Hall argues
- â€˜The Bent Bullet: JFK and the Mutant Conspiracyâ€™
- Hollywood film producer confirms he was Israeli spy. The Producer ofÂ “Pretty Woman,” “Fight Club” and “L.A. Confidential” has finally come forth with a stunning admission – for years he served as an Israeli spy, buying arms on its behalf and boosting its alleged nuclear program.
- Silvio Berlusconi Banned From Parliament -Â Italy’s embattled former PM loses his seat in parliament – and his constitutional protection from prosecution.
- Venn diagrams for our times: Is Tony Blair a Catholic?Â
- Can you be Gay and be a Tory?
- Do gay men have a crap taste in music?
- What did we learn from the Sherlock series 3 trailer?
- The 35 Greatest Easter Eggs From The “Doctor Who” 50th Anniversary