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  • Labour row over last Government's economic record

    Two former Labour ministers have criticised the party's leadership for not doing enough to defend the last government's economic record. John Hutton and Alan Milburn said Ed Miliband and shadow chancellor Ed Balls were giving the Conservatives' a "needless advantage". “They have worked harder to distance themselves fr...

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

Sarah Wollaston: I don't support Tories housing benefit plans

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...

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

Andy Burnham: Coalition's health reforms go against the grain of NHS ethos

Andy Burnham said that the Coalition’s Health and Social Care Bill “goes against the grain of the NHS ethos”. “The NHS clinicians have always been able to use the...

Liberal Democrats

Lib Dems: 100 days election poster launch

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...

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: Comment on the report from the Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy - Angela Eagle

  Labour press release Angela Eagle MP, Labour's Shadow Leader of the House of Commons, commenting on the report from the Speaker's Commission on Digital Democ...

Political System

Electoral Commission: Electoral fraud prevention plans under way ahead of May elections

Electoral Commission press release The Electoral Commission has today laid out what is being done to prevent electoral fraud ahead of the May elections, including...

Public Administration

PAC: Managing and replacing the Aspire contract

  Public Accounts Committee press release Richard Bacon MP today said: "The Aspire contract between HMRC and Capgemini is the Government's largest technology ...

SNP

Lord Ashdown: Our polls will pick up nearer election

Lord Paddy Ashdown said that he was not surprised at the Liberal Democrats’ position in the polls, but that he expected their ratings to go up nearer the election. ...

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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