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2014/12/18 15:28
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The Green Party doesn't need big personalities like Russell Brand and Nigel Farage to be a success at the ballot box, according to Natalie Bennett. Speaking in the first episode of an exclusive...
2014/12/18 15:28
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2014/12/17 21:18
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Labour earlier failed in an attempt to scrap the controversial bedroom tax after Liberal Democrat MPs failed to vote against the policy. The Government defeated a motion from Ed Miliband's party to...
2014/12/14 00:51
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Earn-to-learn plan is fronted by Esther McVey David Cameron’s fast-rising Employment Secretary says she wants three million more young people to join the successful scheme by 2020 and cut...
2014/12/10 14:18
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Wednesday 10th December 2014 | 13:34 Caroline Lucas: Women in all parties need to work together Caroline Lucas MP, Former Green Party leader World at One, BBC Radio 4 Caroline Lucas said that all...
2014/12/04 11:41
2014/12/04 11:41
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IN his angry tirade (‘Provision of Housing was not on the agenda’, November 27, 2014), Cllr Hollick has missed my point that I want him to do a better job of scrutinising council decisions. That he...
2014/12/03 18:12
2014/12/03 18:12
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Last week, after over 30 years of being a Labour party member, I left – and joined the Green party. The events of that week were the final straw for me. It had already become clear that the Labour...
2014/12/03 14:57
2014/12/03 14:57
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Autumn Statement: Key points and industry reaction Osborne's Statement was poorly received by environmental activists and the renewables industry George Osborne delivered his mini-Budget today as...
2014/12/01 15:55
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In the last week parliament has had the chance to tackle two of the most glaring injustices for private tenants and flunked both of them. After debates in the Lords on Monday and Commons on Friday,...
2014/12/01 15:24
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Swathes of young people are giving up on democracy. They think that all politicians are oblivious to the challenges of the young. Twice in the past ten years, governing parties have broken their...
2014/11/30 00:37
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Project Pegasus, a £634m facility to be built at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) in Berkshire, is said to be struggling over costs and scheduling. The MoD had said that Pegasus would be...
2014/11/28 12:34
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Revenge evictions where landlords force out tenants for complaining about the poor condition of their home should be banned in the interests of fairness and decency, a former coalition minister has...
2014/11/27 13:24
2014/11/27 13:24
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Until a few months ago, Labour thought that its passage to power was simple enough. Hold onto its core vote, scoop up angry left-wing voters disaffected with the Liberal Democrats, and watch Ukip and...
2014/11/25 19:37
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A life-long Labour voter who is heavily involved in the trade union, Mick will be switching to the Greens for the first time in the next general election. Mr Foote is from a Welsh mining family and...
2014/11/24 18:37
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Passers-by stop to shake her by the hand and shopkeepers proclaim their devotion. “I love you, Caroline,” says someone in one of the many vintage clothes shops in the trendy North Lanes area. “You...
2014/11/24 05:48
2014/11/24 05:48
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Jack A. Nohe, 83, formerly of Vienna, passed away Nov. 21, 2014, at Harmer Place, Marietta. Jack was born Oct. 3, 1931, at Belleville, a son of the late Dock A. and Ora Sheppard Nohe. He was a 1950...
2014/11/23 20:37
2014/11/23 20:37
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Caroline Lucas said the Greens will stand 200 more candidates than at the last election and they plan to target 12 key seats. The “Green surge” comes as the party seeks to capitalise on soaring...
2014/11/23 20:37
2014/11/23 20:37
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Poring over an issue in a Warwickshire pub, Lesley Whittaker and her friends were inspired by an interview with Paul R Ehrlich, Stanford University’s professor of population studies. His predictions...
2014/11/20 20:37
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The YouGov survey found the party outpolled Ukip when people were asked how they would vote if it could win in their constituency. Thirty-five per cent said they would be “likely” to vote Tory with...
2014/11/17 11:13
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At 5.30am the police knocked at the door. Dan was in Hillingdon Hospital, after a bad reaction to ecstasy at an illegal rave in Hayes, West London. Fiona, her husband Tim and older son Jacob, then 18,...
2014/11/16 22:46
2014/11/16 22:46
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SNP must keep focus on a new Scotland while its Westminster role may never be greater, writes Lesley Riddoch Nicola Sturgeon will be sworn in as First Minister at Holyrood this week after closing her...
2014/12/18 15:28
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