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Officially declared candidates for the 2015/2016 General Election

Adrian Kavanagh – First posted on 22nd October 2014, with post updated as and when new candidates are selected/declared

The next general election is literally a matter of months away at this stage, with it scheduled to take place at any stage between now and March 2016, although an Autumn/Winter 2015 date could be a highly likely one in the presumption that the parties making up the present government might find it difficult to agree on a Budget so close to a potential general election date.   454 more words


OPINION: Both Labour and the Tories have failed the NHS

AT the best of times, Prime Ministers Questions resembles a playground shouting match full of evasive answers and mind numbingly stupid posturing.

It is a bit deflating to watch what should be a fair opportunity to get answers out of politicians turn into a shouting match where you end feeling you knew less before you started watching. 847 more words


A Comprehensive Report on the Controversial Tom Harris MP for Glasgow South

1. So this is Tom Harris – hush puppy or rottweiler?

a. Tom Harris was born in Ayrshire and was brought up in Beith. He attended Garnock Academy, Kilbirnie and Napier College, Edinburgh where he was awarded an HND in Journalism in 1986. 8,309 more words

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NUS London leader condemns Labour members at MIPIM 2014

The London Area Convenor for the National Union of Students (NUS) has said the Labour Party members who attended an international property fair last week are “an absolute disgrace”. 420 more words


The Next Mandate

Modern political shifts are fascinating. The global economy, and with it the various political systems within it, have taken a thumping in the last few years. 985 more words


Deregulation of taxis puts women at risk - LibDems join Tories to defeat Labour amendment to protect vulnerable

What happens in the House of Lords doesn’t always get sufficient scrutiny.

Yesterday’s business shows how important it is we note what’s happening there.

The business was deregulation – including of taxis. 498 more words

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