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In other news… electoral reform, bribery, sexy IT and paperwork problems

Will Straw has rightly taken the Conservative Party’s Baroness Warsi to task for not only trying to whip up fake scares about AV benefiting the BNP (who are actually against AV) but also for claiming that AV may make politicians try to appeal to the supporters of extremist parties when in fact her very own election literature did just that.

Ken Clarke is pushing on with implementing the Bribery Act – despite claims from Labour earlier in the year that the government could be about to delay implementing the Act indefinitely.

A Whitehall IT chief has admitted that, “Labour …

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  • User AvatarLorenzo Cherin 4th Dec - 6:19pm
    I agree with those who support Taiwan , it has a new and terrific female Liberal leader !
  • User AvatarRichard Morris 4th Dec - 6:15pm
    and @davidallen - thank you, and yes, I think that's pretty much exactly what happened.
  • User AvatarRichard Morris 4th Dec - 6:12pm
    @LaurenceCox - oh yes, I absolutely think this will happen. Its deeply troubling whenever I see the 'logic' case made by the UK side negotiators...
  • User AvatarDavid Allen 4th Dec - 5:48pm
    Good article, and it's worth pursuing the argument further. As Richard explains, if Joe is told "Offer whatever you choose to offer", and Joe offers...
  • User AvatarJohn Nicholson 4th Dec - 5:43pm
    Having done a telling slot from 7.00-8.00 am at Meadows Hall, Richmond, with the temperature rising from -4 degrees to -2 in that hour (according...
  • User AvatarJayne Mansfield 4th Dec - 5:22pm
    Professor Paton's paper was written in 2014 not as I mistakenly typed 1994, .