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  • Postal voters could miss debates

    After the party chairman indicated yesterday that David Cameron would be likely to accept the new format for TV leaders’ debates, the Prime Minister is to argue that some voter would have to send off their postal votes before the final debate. Senior Conservatives said that the format would probably be agreed, but that seri...

BNP

Hazel Blears: Govt must bring people together to combat extremism

Hazel Blears said the Government needed to do more to bring together people from different communities to combat extremism on all sides. “I think that all the mod...

Conservative Party

Labour: David Cameron and Nick Clegg should be judged on their record of raising tax on ordinary families while giving millionaires a huge tax cut - Leslie

A press release from Labour: Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting ahead of David Cameron's speech and responding to figure...

Gossip & Rumour

Bernard Jenkin: PASC could call Chilcot to give evidence on report delay

Bernard Jenkin said the public needed to understand the reasons behind the delay in the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry. “I think we deserve an explanation. He...

Green Party

Greens' citizens income plan under review - Lucas

The Greens’ proposal for a ‘citizens income’ is being reworked to ensure poorer people would not be left worse off under the system, Caroline Lucas has revealed. ...

Labour Party

Labour: David Cameron and Nick Clegg should be judged on their record of raising tax on ordinary families while giving millionaires a huge tax cut - Leslie

A press release from Labour: Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting ahead of David Cameron's speech and responding to figure...

Liberal Democrats

Labour: David Cameron and Nick Clegg should be judged on their record of raising tax on ordinary families while giving millionaires a huge tax cut - Leslie

A press release from Labour: Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting ahead of David Cameron's speech and responding to figure...

Opinion Polls

Natalie Bennett: Greens have ruled out taking a Cabinet seat in a future government

Natalie Bennett ruled out both a coalition with the Tories and the possibility of a Green MP taking a Cabinet seat after the election. "The fact is that there are...

Parliament

Lord Deben: MPs making innuendos about Lord Brittan should shut up

Lord Deben called on MPs to cease alleging Lord Brittan was involved in an establishment cover-up of child abuse unless they could produce evidence to back up their ...

Plaid Cymru

Natalie Bennett: Debates must happen with or without Cameron

Natalie Bennett said David Cameron should be left out of the debates if he chooses not to attend. "We’re delighted with this outcome, I think the broadcasters hav...

Political & Constitutional reform

Labour policy chief: First-past-the-post corrupts democracy

First-past-the-post “corrupts” democracy and should be replaced by a proportional system, Labour’s policy chief has said. Jon Cruddas said his experience in Parl...

Political System

Lib Dems: Spokesman line on latest TV Debate Proposals

  Deputy Prime Minister's Office press release Commenting on the most recent proposals for TV leader debates, a Liberal Democrat spokesman said: "We have only...

Public Administration

Lord Butler: Chilcot delays predictable and could be repeated in abuse inquiry

Lord Butler said the delays in the publication of the Chilcot Report were unsurprising and were caused by the terms of reference for the Inquiry being too wide. “...

SNP

Jim Murphy: TV debates could get too big

Jim Murphy said that if the TV debates were made any bigger, they could risk looking like a quiz show, but that it was up to the broadcasters to decide the format. ...

UKIP

Farage Election Tip Odds-On, Say Bookies

A press release from William Hill: BOOKIES BACK FARAGE ELECTION TIP! WITH NIGEL FARAGE telling the BBC's Andrew Marr that UKIP will win 'more than three or four...

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