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  • Ed Davey is Lib Dem 'centre' candidate

    Ed Davey is favoured by Lib Dem peers as the next party leader, the Independent on Sunday reports. While Tim Farron is popular with the party's activists, peers are said to favour the Energy Secretary because he is seen to be more to the political right-wing of the party.

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

Patrick O'Flynn: I'm not sure Grant Shapps calls the shots for the Tories

Patrick O'Flynn questioned Grant Shapps' insistence that the Tories would not go into coalition with Ukip, although he agreed that such an arrangement was "extremely...

Gossip & Rumour

Douglas Alexander: Miliband claims are rubbish

Douglas Alexander backed his leader Ed Miliband, after a string of attacks on him in the press. "Honestly Andrew [Marr], it is rubbish. It tells you much more abo...

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

Alex Salmond: Formal SNP-Labour coalition unlikely

Alex Salmond: Formal SNP-Labour coalition unlikely

Alex Salmond said the SNP would "progress the Scottish interest" if it held the balance of power in a hung parliament, and hit out at Ed Miliband and David Cameron. ...

Liberal Democrats

Vince Cable: We have a moral duty to help the country have stable government

Vince Cable: We have a moral duty to help the country have stable government

Vince Cable was pressed on how the Liberal Democrats would approach a future coalition. “I think we have a moral duty to help the country have stable government. ...

Opinion Polls

Javid defends Government's record on Welsh NHS

  Sajid Javid defended the Government’s record on the Welsh NHS, arguing that because it was a devolved region, it had chosen not to invest as much in the service...

Parliament

Labour: Jeremy Hunt must clarify position on major incidents

  Labour press release Jeremy Hunt must clarify position on major incidents The Health Secretary cannot leave serious questions unanswered about the process ...

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

Lucy Powell: £9,000 tuition fees are now costing the taxpayer more than £3,000 tuition fees

Lucy Powell said a new report showed higher tuition fees were costing the taxpayer more than before they were raised. "There’s a great deal of reasons for young p...

Public Administration

Reforming Defence, keeping fighting fit - Speech by Michael Fallon, Secretary of State for Defence

  Reforming Defence, keeping fighting fit - Speech by Michael Fallon, Secretary of State for Defence   This last year has seen huge upheaval across the worl...

SNP

Alex Salmond: Formal SNP-Labour coalition unlikely

Alex Salmond: Formal SNP-Labour coalition unlikely

Alex Salmond said the SNP would "progress the Scottish interest" if it held the balance of power in a hung parliament, and hit out at Ed Miliband and David Cameron. ...

UKIP

Patrick O'Flynn: I'm not sure Grant Shapps calls the shots for the Tories

Patrick O'Flynn questioned Grant Shapps' insistence that the Tories would not go into coalition with Ukip, although he agreed that such an arrangement was "extremely...

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