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Russell Brand Puts Stardom to Good Use

Actor Russell Brand is speaking out against what he sees wrong with politics. BBC Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman conducted the interview, and Brand was very witty and comical with his stances. 135 more words

Independent Media

Leaders' debates should be enshrined in law

The absence of a head-to-head, proper interactive debate between David Cameron and Ed Miliband is an affront to the British electorate who, on the whole, would have wished to see both party leaders question and address each other on matters affecting our everyday lives. 412 more words

General Election

BAREKNUCKLE BACKSTREET TALKING

Save Campbell Live largely resonates with people like myself: fans of John Campbell’s hard-hitting, left-leaning journalism but don’t watch it often – hence the low ratings. 561 more words

Current Affairs

Zero-hours contracts have nothing to do with flexibility and everything to do with dodging tax

Reposted from the Spectator

London, United Kingdom. 3rd August 2013 — People hold placards in Oxford St London protest against use of zero-hours contracts for more than 85 percent of Sports Direct workforce. 848 more words

David Cameron

Zero-hours contracts have nothing to do with flexibility and everything to do with dodging tax

Reposted from the Spectator

London, United Kingdom. 3rd August 2013 — People hold placards in Oxford St London protest against use of zero-hours contracts for more than 85 percent of Sports Direct workforce. 848 more words

David Cameron

A Chance for Someone to Breakthrough During Tonight’s UK Leaders Debate

Prime Minister David Cameron will face off against his six main political rivals later tonight in the first TV debate of Britain’s national election campaign, hoping the format will allow him to cast himself as a statesman against bickering wannbes. 637 more words

UK Politics

It's starting... IT'S STARTING - and a vocab guide to get you through the next few weeks

Monday was a monumental day which I’m sure felt to you like the dawning of a new piece of history. Or not. With the Dissolution of Parliament, official campaigning season has now started, and will keep going until voting stations close at 10pm on 7th May. 1,115 more words