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  • Labour housing reviewer dampens spending hopes

    The head of Labour’s housing policy review is set to warn that the party’s policies on housebuilding must not contradict its pledge on fiscal restraint. The Financial Times reports that Sir Michael Lyons will allow only limited “flexibility” for councils to borrow to fund more homes, rather than a complete end on restrictio...

Conservative Party

Boris Johnson: London has a big air quality problem

Boris Johnson admitted London has a "big" air quality problem as he announced his intention to create an 'Ultra-low emission zone' in Central London.  "The two ve...

Gossip & Rumour

ITV: Harriet Harman speaks to Lorraine about juggling work and family and wanting to throw in the towel

ITV press release HARRIET HARMAN SPEAKS TO LORRAINE ABOUT JUGGLING WORK AND FAMILY AND WANTING TO THROW IN THE TOWEL Shadow Deputy Prime Minister Harriet Harman ...

Green Party

Natalie Bennett: Greens are the party of real change

Natalie Bennett said that the Greens were the only party that represented “real change” in the forthcoming elections. “I’m very happy with the trend direction and...

Labour Party

Extracts of Ed Balls' speech on The Choice on the economy

Ed Balls MP, Labour's shadow chancellor, will today (Wednesday) set out the choice on the economy and living standards between Labour and the Conservatives. In the...

Liberal Democrats

Baroness Tonge: Ward should not have apologised for Gaza tweet

Baroness Tonge said David Ward should not have apologised for his tweet about Gaza. "I don't think he should have, because I don't think he said anything wrong. D...

Opinion Polls

Better Together: Even Panelbase poll shows momentum with campaign to keep Scotland in the UK

Better Together press release The campaign to keep Scotland in the UK has all the momentum, a new poll published today confirmed. A new Panelbase poll for toda...

Parliament

Labour: Vote on decision to downgrade the role in Cabinet of the Leader of the House of Lords "a deep humiliation" for David Cameron - Baroness Royall

Labour press release Baroness Royall of Blaisdon, Shadow Leader of the Lords, responding to last night's vote on David Cameron's decision to downgrade the role in...

Plaid Cymru

Leanne Wood: We’re taking a different route to get to the same point as Scotland

Leanne Wood insisted Welsh independence was Plaid Cymru's long-term aim, but admitted her party was not actively pursuing this goal at the present time. “We do wa...

Political & Constitutional reform

Graham Allen MP: Holding government to account

Graham Allen MP press release Parliament is a democratic institution elected by the British electorate, it is not the plaything of party leaders or the media. ...

Political System

Labour: Vote on decision to downgrade the role in Cabinet of the Leader of the House of Lords "a deep humiliation" for David Cameron - Baroness Royall

Labour press release Baroness Royall of Blaisdon, Shadow Leader of the Lords, responding to last night's vote on David Cameron's decision to downgrade the role in...

Public Administration

IfG statement on CEO of Civil Service job description

Institue for Government press release   Responding to the job description for the new role of the Chief Executive of the Civil Service, Peter Riddell, Director at...

SNP

SNP: Only a Yes vote offers 'a far day's pay for a fair day's work'

SNP press release An estimated 150,000 people could see a pay increase in an independent Scotland, new figures reveal. In an independent Scotland the SNP will ...

UKIP

Nick Clegg: We have rescued the British economy

Nick Clegg said the news that economic growth was back to pre-recession levels showed that the Coalition Government had “rescued the British economy”.    "I think...

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