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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- Why Labour is cheered by its continuing poll lead
- Lord Ashcroft reviews his polling.
- What voters want: A Labour Governmentâ€¦headed by Cameron
- Ed Miliband has giving up on winning â€“ now he just wants to enjoy losing
- Ed Miliband needs to inspire the Labour party, not just lead it
- PM faces issues over reshuffle and commissioner choice
- Baroness Butler-Sloss criticised over previous ‘flawed’ paedophile report.Â The retired judge appointed to lead the Government’s major review of child sex abuse allegations admitted ‘inaccuracies’ in similar report two years agoÂ
- Sorry Harriet, you werenâ€™t entitled to become Deputy PM
- Conservative MP: It’s ‘Very Lonely’ Being A Northern Tory
- Â Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling formally agree TV debate.Â First Minister and Better Together leader to face each other in a two-hour televised debate on August 5Â
- The Tory leadership needs to start talking about England again, ahead of 2015
- Time for bigger thinking on our railways
- The tide is turning against the scam that is privatisation.Â The international revival of public ownership is anathema to our City-led elite. But it’s vital to genuine economic recovery
- Boehner disagrees with Palin on impeaching Obama
- Police Have A Warrant To See A 17-Year-Oldâ€™s Erection
- Tomorrow is the 2,062nd anniversary of theÂ Battle of Dyrrhachium. Julius Caesar showed his brilliance, as his forces were outnumbered 3 to 1, yet his forces still managed to inflict double the number of casualties on his opponents, than his opponents could inflict on his forces. This set up Caesar to win the war at the Battle ofÂ Pharsalus a few weeks later.