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- Julian Heather 2nd Mar - 1:37pm
John Tilley says in response to Mick Taylor "It is not obvious what you think deserves credit?" How about ? Numbers in fuel poverty declining...
- Julian Tisi 2nd Mar - 1:34pm
Those two quotes from the IOS 1 Mar 15 "Nick Clegg and Mr Davey are entitled to claim, in fact, that they have done more...
- Matthew Huntbach 2nd Mar - 1:33pm
Martin Looking at The New Statesman article it is fairly clear that Farron is making a point often aired on these pages that arithmetic of...
- paul barker 2nd Mar - 1:30pm
@Expat. The flat next to me was one of those & its just been re-possesed by the Bank. Once Interest Rates start to rise I...
- Matthew Huntbach 2nd Mar - 1:21pm
Ian Nicholson I`m astonished that any of you think that your party is going to be in a coalition government after May. Do so few...
- Julian Tisi 2nd Mar - 1:19pm
A good article and some very good comments too. The problem I see with this piecemeal "devolution" if you can rightly call it that is...