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

  1. Ukip condemned by cross-party group for running ‘racist’ campaign. Aggressive move accusing Nigel Farage’s party of ‘Euracism’ comes as study puts anti-EU vote in Europe at 30%
  2. Why Axelrod has his work cut out with Labour. Cameron won’t repeat Romney’s gaffes and enjoys the advantage of incumbency.
  3. Would Clegg be able to block a Cameron-Miliband TV debate?Were the debate to be held before the general election campaign begins, the impartiality rules would not apply. 
  4. British Indians could help Labour win the General Election
  5. If Ed Miliband is the Union’s saviour then the Union is doomed
  6. Brothers in arms — Ukip and the SNP are one and the same
  7. British politics is in a panic over UKIP. It deserves to be
  8. Progressives shouldn’t be running scared of UKIP. There are left-wing answers to the questions posed by the party
  9. Ignore the Ukippers: Britain wants to stay in the EU
  10. What is Labour’s working class problem?
  11. How to lose vote share without losing a single voter.
  12. Help to Work? Britain’s jobless are being forced into workfare, more like. Making the unemployed attend a jobcentre every day, or work unpaid, isn’t a helping hand, it’s a punishing one
  13. Maps of the constituencies that HS2 passes through – and the majorities in each
  14. Big drop in number of Lib Dem council candidates
  15. David Cameron’s brother calls for fraud trial to be halted over legal aid cuts
  16. Any talk of economic recovery is pure fiction.
  17. Wall Street Republicans’ dark secret: Hillary Clinton 2016
  18. The Eurovision Song Contest has become a hotbed of sodomy at the initiation of the European liberals
  19. Former Nazi wins a Labour council seat
  20. Rugby World Cup 2015: Plan to segregate fans threatens to spoil the party. Organisers hope to improve atmosphere at matches but could end up destroying one of game’s greatest traditions
  21. Tomorrow is the 104th anniversary of the People’s Budget. The first budget in British history with the expressed intent of redistributing wealth among the British public.  It was championed by Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George and his strong ally Winston Churchill, who was then President of the Board of Trade and a fellow Liberal; called the “Terrible Twins” by certain right-wing contemporaries


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