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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant link)
- Memo to the right: if Labour is as rubbish as you say, why arenâ€™t the Tories streets ahead?
- Scottish Labour is going down in flames â€“ and taking Milibandâ€™s chance of a majority with them
- Labour will have to move to the left â€“ or lose the election
- The implosion of Scottish Labour means the battle for Britain has only just begun
- Ed Balls forgets a name: weâ€™ve all done it, but then, weâ€™re not all Shadow Chancellor.Â Ed Ballsâ€™s Newsnight slip-up was bad news for Labour for two reasons
- ToryÂ Party membersâ€™ views of coalition red lines: the EU referendum and renegotiation come top â€“ as before
- UKIP: shooting up like a rocket but coming down like a stick?
- What does Margaret Hodge bowing out mean for Labour’s mayoral election race?
- PMQs review: Cameron rides roughshod over Miliband again
- Which politicians have the best real-life experience?
- Lord Ashcroft basks in limelight as his polls look set to transform election.Â Billionaire Tory peerâ€™s unique constituency-by-constituency polls could see unprecedented tactical voting in marginal seats in May
- The chart that shows what happens to taxes after a General election, whoever wins.Â Politicians have a nasty habit of waiting until after elections before putting up taxes, and these figures prove it
- Weird fact: Robert Mugabe won “best breakdancer” at the Psychopathic Dictators’ annual convention for three years in a row.
- We Drew 9 Disney Scenes According To Science And Itâ€™s Horrifying.Â You can thank me later for ruining your childhood.
- 57 years ago tomorrow, the US Air Force lost a hydrogen bomb, it has yet to be found.