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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- PMQs: Miliband sends his MPs off for the summer, each with their own personal rain cloud.Â Cameron misrepresented Harman’s words, but ensured Labour’s humiliation was complete
- Reshuffle 2014: the fallout
- Mrs Gove goes on the warpath, as Michael plots his media career
- If Gove is the most unpopular politician, why have the Tories made him minister for TV?Â The man charged with wooing voters is more likely to repel them.
- An untested and unready Ed Miliband faces Cameronâ€™s redrawn Tory ranks.Â Labour must match the prime ministerâ€™s ambitious statement of intent if it is to avoid joining the coming battle outflanked
- Senior Tory councillors lining up to call for the cuts to stop
- MEPs could veto ‘anti-European’ Lord Hill, David Cameron’s choice for Britain’s EU commissioner.Â EU president warns that Lord Hill is a radical Eurosceptic and says MEPs could vote to reject him in SeptemberÂ
- Farage has vision for Britain, admits top target Tory.Â Laura Sandys, the MP who holds the seat Nigel Farage most wants, says the Ukip leader has a vision for Britain that goes beyond material wealthÂ
- TV debates and â€œgame changersâ€Â Independence Referendum, most current polling suggests that for the result to be anything other than a resounding vote to remain part of the UK, the Yes campaign will need a â€œgame changerâ€.
- ‘Diversity’ has come to take on almost the opposite of its literal meaningÂ
- Britain First Fail Dismally In Attempt To Get Leader Arrested, Say He’s Been Arrested Anyway
- Christie to Test Presidential Hopes in Iowa Trip
- ‘Jihadi Vogue’ magazine lampoons Iraq’s Islamic State warriors.Â Spoof publication is part of growing satire campaign of Islamic State online propaganda
- Witness to a shelling: first-hand account of deadly strike on Gaza port.Â There is a deafening explosion, then a second. Four children are dead. Four survivors reach the safety of our hotel
- Israel and Hamas clash on social media
- Man arrested after stabbing watermelon in ‘passive-aggressive’ manner
- 33 â€œSherlockâ€ Puns That Will Tickle Your Punny Bone
- Friday is the 724th anniversary of The Hammer of the Scots becoming The Hammer of the Jews, with Edward I issuing the Edict of Expulsion.