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David Cameron has stepped up the Conservative election campaign, with 100 days until voters go to the polls. The Prime Minister has announced that the Tories would reduce the benefit cap to £23,000 a year, but is refusing to remove perks for wealthy pensioners. The money from lowering the cap from £26,000, a policy wh...
Sarah Wollaston distanced herself from the Conservatives' proposal to cut housing benfits for young people aged 18-21. "I think these things need to be debated. T...
David Cameron said he would go ahead with the TV debates if the Northern Irish parties were included. "I do want to say yes, and the point I made was that yo...
Liberal Democrats press release The Liberal Democrats are today [Tuesday, January 27th] launching an election poster that will be seen by 1m voters on Facebook ac...
Labour press release Rachel Reeves MP, Labour's Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, responding to the Conservative benefits announcement, said: "Labour supports...
Liberal Democrats press release In response to the Conservatives' plans to cut housing benefit for 18-21 year olds, a Liberal Democrat Spokesman said: "The Tori...
27/01/2015 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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