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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- Fewer than two thirds want either side to win an absolute majority
- Ed Miliband can make an argument, but can he make voters listen?Â The Labour leaderâ€™s election launch may be the turning point when his attacks on the Tories start to connect with voters
- If Miliband wants to win â€œthe big argumentâ€ heâ€™ll need to enthuse electorate and activists alike
- The trap the Tories have set for Labour on cuts
- Now the economy is finally recovering, 2015 could well be the year of the left.Â A new study gives hope to progressives who have been disheartened by a shift to the right in recent years
- The political posters that backfired â€“ and why you can’t fool the internet.Â A Conservative ad showcases the German countryside. Is it possible to avoid visual gaffes in the run up to an election?
- Opportunity for the Tories as Ukip swings Left.
- Stalemate? The legal mechanics of having two general elections this year.Â What are the legal and constitutional impediments on there being, as some commentators have suggested, two general elections this year?
- Would Labour consider scrapping Trident to make way for a deal with the SNP?Â The Labour leader hints he could water down his stance on Trident.
- Nick Cleggâ€™s new year pitch for eternal power
- Labour wins more seats. The Conservatives win more votes. What price electoral reform?
- Scotland: No Country for Free Speech
- Politicians trusted less than estate agents, bankers and journalists
- David Cameron spent New Year’s Eve ‘dad dancing’ with Blur’s Alex James
- The Mathematics Of Pixar Movies
- 949 years ago tomorrow, the last Anglo-Saxon King of England was crowned.