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2015/04/20 15:33
2015/04/20 15:33
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Edinburgh newspaper The Scotsman in a headline article on 17 April 2015 by John Curtice titled "Nicola Sturgeon again the star" indicates clearly just who it judged was, North of the Border, the clear...
2015/04/20 15:33
2015/04/20 15:33
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2015/04/20 13:39
2015/04/20 13:39
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LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron and his main opponent agree on one thing going into Britain's May 7 election: Voters should choose the next leader based on the health of the economy. The...
2015/04/19 12:45
2015/04/19 12:45
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John Curtice: poll shows Scottish Labour crisis deepening Labour leader, Ed Miliband, Scottish Labour leader, Jim Murphy and Ed Balls. Picture: Neil Hanna THIS was a desperately bad week for Scottish...
2015/04/18 22:09
2015/04/18 22:09
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... share offer will raise billions of pounds, helping taxpayers to get back the money that the last Labour government put in, and reducing the national debt,” Mr Osborne says. The announcement...
2015/04/18 07:50
2015/04/18 07:50
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GLASGOW/LONDON (Reuters) - In Scotland's biggest city, nationalists have triggered a once-in-a-century shift in political loyalties that could dash Labour leader Ed Miliband's dreams of winning the...
2015/04/17 12:24
2015/04/17 12:24
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The last time Peter Kellner forecast the result on the eve of a major British vote he was accused of costing UK taxpayers tens of billions of pounds. For much of the Scottish referendum campaign, the...
2015/04/15 03:19
2015/04/15 03:19
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Scottish Labor leader Jim Murphy and Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon during a televised debate on this month in Edinburgh. (Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images) GLASGOW, Scotland — If ever...
2015/04/14 02:09
2015/04/14 02:09
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Labour and the Conservatives are neck and neck in the latest UK opinion polls. Ed Miliband, who was written off as a hopeless geek who couldn't eat a bacon sandwich, emerged yesterday at his manifesto...
2015/04/10 15:41
2015/04/10 15:41
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But Conservative support has dropped by two points to 32 per cent. The party is as far behind as it has been all year. Meanwhile, contrary to many a commentator’s assumptions, Ukip support has...
2015/04/07 12:24
2015/04/07 12:24
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But by far the most significant change has, of course, been in Scotland. If the SNP surge had never happened, Labour would be set to win more than 300 seats and take power in May. Instead, we are...
2015/04/07 07:24
2015/04/07 07:24
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GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) - Ed Miliband's crusade to bring the Labour Party back to power after five years in opposition has struck a roadblock in Scotland, where the party is experiencing a dramatic...
2015/04/05 07:09
2015/04/05 07:09
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Despite the advance the Tories have made in the last week, they need to make considerably more progress yet if Mr Cameron is to remain Prime Minister. Thanks not least to the failure to redraw the...
2015/03/27 19:37
2015/03/27 19:37
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True, there were also a few key contests involving the Liberal Democrats where the outcome could make a difference at the margin to the overall balance of power at Westminster, but this was but a...
2015/03/27 15:45
2015/03/27 15:45
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FORMER Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy has taken to the internet with an urgent appeal for his supporters to plug a £5000 shortfall in his campaign budget. With the General Election campaign...
2015/03/24 03:09
2015/03/24 03:09
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But the Nationalist leadership branded the assertion that a vote for the SNP would put David Cameron back in Downing Street as "the big lie in British politics"; claiming Labour was being dishonest...
2015/03/23 15:08
2015/03/23 15:08
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DESPERATE Ed Miliband begged Scots for support after the UK’s top polling expert said his party might only win TWO Scottish seats in May. The Labour leader visited Clydebank, in Yes-voting West...
2015/03/23 09:42
2015/03/23 09:42
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Labour is on the cusp of losing control of Scotland, according to a Guardian/ICM poll, which suggests that three months of Jim Murphy’s leadership has failed to dent the Scottish National party’s...
2015/03/22 21:37
2015/03/22 21:37
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Steven Fielding, professor of political history at the University of Nottingham, opened the great Poldark debate in an article on The Conversation, a website with a global reach that has capitalised...
2015/03/22 08:09
2015/03/22 08:09
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The SNP is expected to conduct its millionth doorstep canvass of the campaign this weekend, and deliver its 10 millionth election leaflet since the New Year. The latest polls suggest the SNP, which...
2015/04/20 15:33
2015/04/20 15:33
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