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2015/04/27 07:09
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... Which party can mend Britain's broken housing market • We don't like coalitions but we may have to get used to them While a double-header isn’t the most likely outcome, with an election this...
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2015/04/27 06:42
2015/04/27 06:42
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Every election campaign has its stations of the cross – very cross, sometimes – which an incumbent party must pass through. One such ritual ordeal is the “wobbly weekend”, which, according to reports...
2015/04/27 02:09
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Ms Sturgeon has already tacitly acknowledged this is how things would work out. In an interview with The Herald last week, she accepted she would have to win the support of scores of Labour rebels if...
2015/04/27 02:09
2015/04/27 02:09
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In this election, the taboo has been well and truly broken. It began with Lord Ashdown, who sat down at the Lib Dem conference in Aberdeen a few weeks ago, offered a memorably pithy review of Alex...
2015/04/27 00:11
2015/04/27 00:11
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TOWN AND PARISH ELECTIONS: Full list of the candidates in North Devon As well as the General Election and district council elections, several town and parish seats will also be contested on May...
2015/04/26 23:45
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Miliband: ‘I am not interested in deals with SNP’ Labour leader Ed Miliband with Scottish Labour leader, Jim Murphy in Edinburgh. Picture: Neil Hanna ED Miliband has decisively ruled out any kind of...
2015/04/26 23:12
2015/04/26 23:12
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David Cameron risks forfeiting the support of the Democratic Unionists in the next parliament after the party warned the Tories are in danger of “abusing” the House of Commons in their handling of...
2015/04/26 22:08
2015/04/26 22:08
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Nationalists, saying he wouldn’t even approach Sturgeon for a “confidence and supply” pact at Westminster. He told the Andrew Marr Show: “I want to be clear about this. No coalitions, no...
2015/04/26 21:45
2015/04/26 21:45
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Lesley Riddoch: We are not all in this together A voter shows support for the SNP at the Hope Over Fear Rally in Glasgow on Saturday. Picture: Getty The run-up to the election has exposed a rotten...
2015/04/26 18:37
2015/04/26 18:37
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The last UK general election in which a party achieved an absolute majority of the votes cast – that is, more votes than all the other parties put together – was in 1931, when the National...
2015/04/26 17:13
2015/04/26 17:13
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Will party promises on tuition fees and pensioner benefits be a vote winner? The Tories have pledged to secure universal pensioner benefits With just two weeks to go until they cast their votes, we...
2015/04/26 16:23
2015/04/26 16:23
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The prime minister appeared to switch football loyalty from Aston Villa to West Ham during a speech on “multiple identities” in Croydon this morning. David Cameron soon admitted his mistake in a...
2015/04/26 16:19
2015/04/26 16:19
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Child killer Ian Brady hopes UKIP ‘decimate’ the opposition at the General Election and he hates TV soaps. He attacks both serious and ­satirical political TV programmes, branding Question Time 'for...
2015/04/26 14:35
2015/04/26 14:35
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The latest YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, suggests that 12% of voters could be voting for a party that is not their first choice. Overall the poll gave the following results for voting intentions...
2015/04/26 14:27
2015/04/26 14:27
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Coalition was an invidious choice It was no surprise to learn from Tony Rowell (letters last week) that he is not voting for me, given he is standing for a different party. It was also, sadly, no...
2015/04/26 14:02
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The meeting was chaired by Canon Stephen Hance and featured Andrew Beadle (UKIP), Neil Coyle (Labour) JP Floru (Conservative), Simon Hughes (Lib Dem) and William Lavin (Green). Two further candidates...
2015/04/26 12:26
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Ed Miliband has dismissed strong criticism of his party's proposal to ban real-terms rent rises by private landlords over three-year periods, insisting it was "the right policy" to address abuses and...
2015/04/26 12:12
2015/04/26 12:12
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Ed Miliband has ruled out agreeing to a so-called “confidence and supply” deal with the SNP as he moved to dismiss Tory warnings that Britain would face a constitutional crisis if the Scottish...
2015/04/26 12:08
2015/04/26 12:08
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IT'S an area immortalised by Lewis Grassic Gibbon in his classic novel Sunset Song. But as the voters in the Mearns prepare to vote on May 7, the sun may be about to set on the party that has...
2015/04/26 11:04
2015/04/26 11:04
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Election 2015: Chichester school pupil grills parliamentary candidates Listening intently to the debate at Chichester University DESPITE not yet being old enough to vote, Joe Foye quizzed prospective...
2015/04/27 07:09
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