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- The Independent View: Progressive and pro-European voters must unite against Tory-UKIP chaos
- Debates plan disadvantages the Liberal Democrats
- The left cheers Syriza while Miliband equivocates
- Opinion: Let's look at the harm caused by Page 3
- Opinion: Achievable electoral reform for 2015 (Adrian Pellas-Rice)
- Lord William Wallace writes… Make national voter registration day part of your campaign (Lord William Wallace)
- Opinion: A good reason to vote LibDem in May (Stephen Phillips)
- A quiet word in defence of Alex Carlile (Paul Walter)
- Catherine Bearder writes… 100 days to stop the Tories or Labour neglecting the environment (Catherine Bearder MEP)
- You talk, we'll listen
- Lib Dems launch Party Political Broadcast
- They keep on coming: yet another Ukip Parliamentary candidate in trouble
- Anti-social behaviour in Gillingham South
- English football has learnt nothing in 62 years
- Ten Things About Trans People (A Cis Man Explains)
- Billy Brooke proves the Lib Dems can confound the pollsters
- Thameslink update
- Harris Academy Project Board
- Is single persons council tax discount fair?
- Adrian PR 29th Jan - 12:09am
paul barker writes: > Right now more than a third of voters say they want Parties other than The Big Two, > I dont see...
- Matthew Huntbach 28th Jan - 11:43pm
Glenn Matthew, the arguments about what could have happened had the coalition not been formed in 2010 are little pointless. My view is that the...
- Stevo 28th Jan - 11:33pm
ATF- your last comment got garbled. Carney said that deficits should be able to rise in downturns (like any good Keynesian would tell you), what...
- Adrian PR 28th Jan - 11:29pm
Roland writes: > It would seem that the 65 candidates being totally party appointee’s have no real democratic mandate They are elected from a party...
- Matthew Huntbach 28th Jan - 11:07pm
Alex Sabine In the privacy of the polling booths, voters evidently decided that the substantial tax hikes proposed by Labour risked prolonging the recession and...
- Stephen Donnelly 28th Jan - 11:00pm
Tony Greaves : "Anyway you cannot be right wing on economics an left wing on welfare. The two are closely linked." What a gross simplification...