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- ++ Tim Farron announces diverse spokesperson team
- The real reason why Mark Williams MP isn't in Tim Farron's front bench team, announced today *
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- Nostalgia - a great song from Gilbert O'Sullivan
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- Jonathan Brown 2nd Aug - 2:22am
Oh, and as for Israel, once again, I am aware of the claims that Syrian fighters are receiving medical treatment inside Israel / occupied Golan,...
- Jonathan Brown 2nd Aug - 2:08am
@Tomas - I think you're greatly oversimplifying things. The Syrian opposition - at least the armed elements of it - has undoubtedly become more dominated...
- Stephanie da Roza 2nd Aug - 12:43am
Richard Underhill: Thanks, I am a hospital doctor. I am a qualified doctor training to hopefully be a paediatric consultant (minimum of 10 years after...
- John Bennett 1st Aug - 11:41pm
Indeed. Parties are the problem. They do, whether they admit or not, yearn for a one party state. For me it's STV or nothing. Even...
- Andrew 1st Aug - 11:33pm
Anthony, Agree completely re local elections... The problem with STV for Westminster is that we would never get Labour, Greens or UKIP to back it....
- Anthony Tuffin 1st Aug - 11:06pm
There is an even stronger argument for reforming local elections in England and Wales than reforming MP elections: One party Councils No change for generations...