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Election 2015 (Day 3)

Yesterday, in response to the proposed lowering to the voting age to 16 last year, (better late ten never) UKIP’s Nigel Farage said school kids should not be allowed to vote. 98 more words

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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

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Popular Myth 1: Politics is Dirty

So is sex, money, birth, death, children, gardening. Best just to watch TV and criticise everyone else. Don’t get involved.

Happy Easter!


Cameron promises not to serve a third term. Voters helpfully rule out a second.

In an attempt to manage public expectation, the Prime Minister has said he will not be swayed into staying in office, regardless of any mass displays of affection. 250 more words

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Don’t go to bed with Farage, he doesn’t last long.

I don’t speak from experience by the way, for the dirty-minded amongst us.

As we edge closer to Election Day, my eyes only look at two parties and their respective percentages: LAB and CON. 806 more words

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Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle staff threaten to strike over pay

via Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle staff threaten to strike over pay.


30 MAR 2015

Staff at Queen Elizabeth II’s Windsor Castle are threatening to take industrial action over pay, a trade union said Monday.

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Election 2015 (Day 2 of campaigning)

Day two of the general election campaign saw the Conservatives lording another set of figures they say proves the economy is healthy and we are seeing the benefits of their policies over the last five years. 324 more words

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