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2014/12/22 00:51
2014/12/22 00:51
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Ken Clarke refused to blame Europe for all problems The ex-Tory Cabinet minister said European Union membership was “essential” for the UK’s standing in the world and vowed to step up a campaign to...
2014/12/22 00:51
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2014/12/21 22:45
2014/12/21 22:45
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Unpalatable as it may seem, the smoking ban shows that nothing makes a party look old like regulation no matter what, writes Brian Monteith As we approach the Christmas celebrations and the end of...
2014/12/21 22:45
2014/12/21 22:45
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It hardly matters who wins next May’s election – the whole system is facing a crisis of legitimacy, writes Cat Boyd For decades, British politics has been drifting apart from British society, and the...
2014/12/21 17:09
2014/12/21 17:09
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The row between Mrs May’s advisers and the central Conservative office has been seen as a proxy war between potential Conservative leaders. Mrs May and the Chancellor George Osborne are both seen as...
2014/12/21 16:39
2014/12/21 16:39
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UK Independence Party (UKIP), the British anti-European Union party, has ordered a crackdown on the use of social media by supporters and members following a series of controversies. Recent incidents...
2014/12/21 00:43
2014/12/21 00:43
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Orange County lawmakers approved the appointment of former County Executive Ed Diana to the county’s Industrial Development Agency board on Thursday, but not without some jabs at the retired...
2014/12/20 08:51
2014/12/20 08:51
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Many disillusioned voters will turn to Ukip Twelve months ago, the last major opinion poll of 2013, published by Populus, gave Labour a two per cent lead over the Tories. This week, the same polling...
2014/12/19 11:51
2014/12/19 11:51
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage challeged the idea obesity is a disability on LBC Radio The UK Independence Party (Ukip) leader added it would be "funny" if fast-food restaurants had to install special...
2014/12/18 23:30
2014/12/18 23:30
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The European Union’s supreme court told Britain on Thursday that it could no longer require entry visas in advance for non-EU citizens who are family members of EU citizens and hold a residence permit...
2014/12/18 23:09
2014/12/18 23:09
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On average since 1966, equity markets rose 7.2 per cent in the 3 months ahead of Conservative victories, he said in a note to clients. Shares declined by 2.4 per cent ahead of Labour victories The...
2014/12/18 21:55
2014/12/18 21:55
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As the year turns towards conclusion and a new beginning, British Prime Minister David Cameron’s relationship with the European Union is gearing into a shift of expression. This (political) season,...
2014/12/18 18:53
2014/12/18 18:53
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Warnings are emerging that a recent bid by the British government to exclude Scottish MPs from voting on issues that involve England will create ‘unhappiness’ in the United Kingdom. Dr. Binoy...
2014/12/18 13:36
2014/12/18 13:36
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In the Netherlands many polls are predicting the maverick anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders' Freedom Party (PVV) will win the European elections being held on 22 May. Mr Wilders blames the...
2014/12/17 22:40
2014/12/17 22:40
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European Parliament will vote to give consent to the Association Agreement with Georgia in Strasbourg on December 18. Debate on Georgia in the European Parliament on Wednesday evening demonstrated...
2014/12/17 15:51
2014/12/17 15:51
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Centrifugal forces tear British political certainty apart LONDON (Reuters) - Rising support for nationalist and single-issue parties is threatening to plunge Britain into unaccustomed political...
2014/12/17 13:30
2014/12/17 13:30
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Lusaka lawyer Ludwig Sondashi is at the Supreme Court filing in his nominations for the January 20 Presidential by election. The Forum for Democratic Alternative (FDA) president is among the first of...
2014/12/16 17:27
2014/12/16 17:27
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Europe's main leaders far apart on immigration PARIS (Reuters) - In less than three weeks, Britain's David Cameron and France's Francois Hollande have set out starkly contrasting approaches to...
2014/12/16 16:45
2014/12/16 16:45
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It is understood that an 18-year-old woman was celebrating her birthday at Oscar's Wine Bar on George Street and drank two Nitro Jagermeister cocktails. Gaby Scanlon, from Heysham, ended up in...
2014/12/16 12:09
2014/12/16 12:09
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He said that it was inevitable that immigrants were attracted to London at a time when the economy was growing. Saying that Russia had a stable population, he went on: "And Russia is a chaotic and...
2014/12/16 11:26
2014/12/16 11:26
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A LONG serving councillor has defected to UKIP saying politics nationally and across Tendring needs a major shake up. Tony Colbourne, Tendring councillor for Ramsey and Parkeston, has left the...
2014/12/22 00:51
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