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2015/05/07 00:53
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Britain goes to the ballot box today in the most uncertain General Election for decades, with no party on course to emerge a clear winner. Last-ditch appeals by party leaders did nothing to break the...
2015/05/07 00:53
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2015/05/07 00:17
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The final polls released on the eve of Britain's general election show Labour and the Conservatives locked in a dead heat. Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party and the Labour party led...
2015/05/06 23:56
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LONDON: The final polls released on the eve of Britain's general election on Thursday (May 7) showed main rivals Labour and the Conservatives locked in a dead heat. Prime Minister David Cameron's...
2015/05/06 23:50
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A political poster is displayed on a home in London May 6, 2015. A political sign stands outside a home in London May 6, 2015. (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives and the...
2015/05/06 22:19
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage poses for a photo May 6 in Ramsgate, England. (Carl Court/Getty Images) The following is a guest post by New York University political science PhD candidate and graduate...
2015/05/06 21:37
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To overcome the obstacles and to answer some of the more mysterious questions of polling day, read our guide to get you through the day. Is it illegal to take a selfie in the voting...
2015/05/06 21:24
2015/05/06 21:24
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If David Cameron ends up as Prime Minister after the General Election it will likely be at the helm of one of the most unpopular governments ever. A recent YouGov poll shows that David Cameron’s most...
2015/05/06 21:19
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Britain’s Labour Party leader Ed Miliband speaks at an election question-and-answer session with the public at Dewsbury Town Hall, Dewsbury, Britain, Thursday, April 30, 2015. Britain’s most...
2015/05/06 18:20
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Campaigning in Barry, in the Vale of Glamorgan – one of Labour’s Welsh target seats – on Wednesday Mr Jones insisted the Conservatives would be unable to win a majority. And he said he thought...
2015/05/06 17:28
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When the Sun switched its allegiance to the Conservatives in 2009 it ended a 12 year dalliance between the Labour party and the Murdoch press that was subsequently blamed – in part, at least – for the...
2015/05/06 17:19
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There may be more than two dozen seats across Greater Manchester, but in reality only a handful are likely to change hands on May 7. But just how close will the region’s key marginals be? The M.E.N....
2015/05/06 16:54
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Last updated at 17:23, Wednesday, 06 May 2015 General Election candidates across Cumbria are making their final rallying calls today as polls put the two main parties neck-and-neck...
2015/05/06 16:47
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Do you hear many kids saying they want to be a politician these days? According to new data from YouGov, only 1% of 8 to 15 year olds want to be a politician when they grow up. They weren’t picking...
2015/05/06 15:41
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REUTERSBritain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband waves after hosting a People's Question Time in Kempston. Picture: Stefan Wermuth Chasm along nationalist lines has been the most dramatic...
2015/05/06 14:23
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There are a few classic election moments that will stick in the memory long after polling day - despite the campaign's let-downs - and social media has had a big hand in most. Maybe it will be the...
2015/05/06 13:10
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HEATING UP: Which prospective PM would you get behind (har har)? [Ashitha Nagesh] We have been watching Ipsos MORI and YouGov all campaign long – they're not giving us any clues. One minute the...
2015/05/06 12:45
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Scots decide in tightest election ‘in generations’ The electorate goes to the polls in the tightest election race in generations. Picture: Stuart Cobley BRITISH voters are preparing to go to the...
2015/05/06 12:13
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The bon mot “it’s the economy, stupid” doesn’t hold here; it would instead be the less zingy “it’s the roof-above-your-head, stupid”. And the share of the map that ends up blue or red (with a dash of...
2015/05/06 11:17
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A vote for engineering With just a couple of days before the General Election on May 7, the main political parties are proposing several ideas about the engineering skills shortage that is...
2015/05/06 11:13
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Ed Miliband enters his final day of campaigning with Labour 13 points ahead among Londoners, according to research conducted by YouGov for the Evening Standard. Labour is up two points in a fortnight...
2015/05/07 00:53
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