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- Opinion: We shouldn’t position ourselves as the ‘Middle of the Road’ Party
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- Opinion: A golden handshake (David Warren)
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- Opinion: Opportunities for electoral reform in a hung parliament (Denis Mollison)
- 2015 General Election Day 35: Rock of pledges, cleft for me
- The importance of Magna Carta to British society today
- Tactical voting
- Campaigning in Twickenham: luckily this chap wasn't on the register
- Hopefully for the last time: Eric Pickles fails to understand localism
- Final weekend poll scorecard: latest voting intention figures from each firm 3/5
- How the BBC broke the law today
- Gruen Planet: laugh while learning about how advertising works
- Is 290 the key number to watch for on Thursday night?
- My MP Contract
- David Evans 3rd May - 7:47pm
Yes Jack, Labour, with Gordon Brown ably supported by Darling, Balls and Milliband, were responsible for the supervision of the second largest financial market in...
- jedibeeftrix 3rd May - 7:44pm
i don't want to leave per-se. i will vote to leave only if it becomes clear that the EU is unwilling to make space for...
- Mr Wallace 3rd May - 7:41pm
I actually think the best possible result from this election for the Lib Dems would be. 1. Nick Clegg loses his seat. 2. A centre...
- Bolano 3rd May - 7:40pm
Clegg's greatest fear is not the loss of Lib Dem seats; rather he fears being squeezed between a rock and a hard place - namely...
- Bolano 3rd May - 7:35pm
Sir Nicholas MacPherson, current Permanent Secretary to the Treasury: "The 2008 crisis was a banking crisis pure and simple. Excessive risk had built up in...
- Stuart 3rd May - 7:35pm
"Their excuse was that it was all caused by global forces." There was a global financial crisis though... wasn't there? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_crisis_of_2007%E2%80%9308 "Miliband and Labour have...