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  • Salmond to stand as MSP in 2016

    Alex Salmond has said he will stand for the Scottish Parliament again in 2016. Mr Salmond announced on Friday that he would stand down as SNP leader and First Minister in the coming months after losing the Scottish independence referendum. However, Mr Salmond insisted today he was “not going away”. “I’m not retirin...

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

William McKay: My proposals would need a hefty tweak to solve England question

William McKay warned that his commission’s proposal that English MPs should be the only ones to contribute to the scrutiny stage of a piece of legislation that affec...

Gossip & Rumour

Osborne: Autumn Statement will take place December 3

This year's Autumn Statement will be delivered on December 3, the Chancellor has confirmed. At Treasury Questions, George Osborne said: "The core purpose of t...

Green Party

Natalie Bennett: The Green Party is appealing to voters from across the spectrum

Natalie Bennett, speaking from the Green Party conference, said the party was expanding its appeal to Tory and Lib Dem voters. "What we're attracting are voters f...

Labour Party

Institute of Directors: Politicians must resist temptation to indulge in minimum wage auction

Institute of Directors press release Responding to Labour’s plans to raise the minimum wage to £8 per hour by the end of the next parliament, Simon Walker, Direct...

Liberal Democrats

Jonathan Portes: Could raising the minimum wage solve Britain's productivity puzzle?

  The link between the minimum wage and jobs is not as simple as Economics 101 would have us believe, says Jonathan Portes of the NIESR Economics 101 tells you ...

Opinion Polls

George Galloway: Independence will harm working people in Scotland

George Galloway said working people would benefit from remaining part of the United Kingdom. “The interests of working people are in staying together. This is a t...

Parliament

Chuka Umunna: Minimum wage rise will ensure that if you work hard you get the reward

Chuka Umunna said Labour’s plans to increase the minimum wage to £8 an hour would “ensure that if you work hard you get the reward.”  “We want to make sure that i...

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

William McKay: My proposals would need a hefty tweak to solve England question

William McKay warned that his commission’s proposal that English MPs should be the only ones to contribute to the scrutiny stage of a piece of legislation that affec...

Political System

Scottish referendum: Results council by council

The No campaign has won the independence referendum, obtaining 2,001,926 to 1,617,989 . Below are the results, broken down by each of the 32 Scottish councils.   ...

Public Administration

PCS: MPs back union's call for proper staffing in the Passport Office

PCS union press release MPs on the home affairs select committee have backed the Public and Commercial Services union's demand for proper staffing in the Passport...

SNP

William McKay: My proposals would need a hefty tweak to solve England question

William McKay warned that his commission’s proposal that English MPs should be the only ones to contribute to the scrutiny stage of a piece of legislation that affec...

UKIP

Ukip: EU immigration let missing-girl suspect in despite murder conviction

  Ukip press release Revelations that a Latvian wanted for questioning by police over a missing girl has a murder conviction in his home country highlights the...

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