The party of business?
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Long seen as the 'party of the rich', the Conservatives will find that flaunting the support of business leaders doesn't have the same weight as it did in years gone by.
Pull up another (20) chairs.
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Plaid Cymru calls for fewer Welsh MPs and English Votes for English Laws.
Not an economic policy dream team.
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The UK's economic performance can be spun in different ways. Here, the Coalition's economic record is broken down.
It’s a crazy market.
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Rises in house prices and rents is far from uniform across the country. But how might this affect voters?
Just a regular Labour millionaire.
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Labour’s latest election broadcast is a direct-to-audience address by the actor Martin Freeman, who you might know from The Hobbit, Sherlock and The Office. It’s a curious affair – as Freeman stands alone…
Extolling the virtues of the juicy middle.
The Liberal Democrats' appeal to the centre is mature and logical, but it's hard to see whose votes it could possibly win.
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Channel 4's dramatisation of the five days in May 2010 when the Coalition was formed is almost revolutionarily empathetic with our political leaders.
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Entertaining? Hell yes!
There's not much to be gained for major party leaders, but small parties have all to play for.
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Even if Nick Clegg survives the election, he may not survive the Lib Dem bloodletting that's sure to ensue.
No really, what do you think of the pink bus?
The last election was a low point for women in British politics.
Mosque-erade: An EDL protest in Dudley.
The bizarre sting that felled a Tory candidate in Dudley all hinged on a long-running local row over a planned mosque.
A possibly accidental lame duck-to-be.
What David Cameron hoped to achieve by announcing he'd only serve two terms is a mystery.
‘I’m busy that day anyway, chaps, so don’t worry about ole Nick’.
The debate shambles has reached its climax and guess who drew the short straw.
The big yellow box doesn’t loom large in the Lib Dem campaign.
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Alexander failed to pull a rabbit out of the yellow box, but the Liberal Democrats have more tricks up their sleeves.
Britain’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle appear on the grounds of Kensington Palace in London, Nov. 27, 2017.
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It might seem strange, especially given the nation’s decision to sever ties with George III in 1776.
‘Think I can’t pull a rabbit out of this?’
As expected, chancellor George Osborne pulled a handful of small rabbits out of his hat as he announced his pre-electoral budget. Lowering the tax allowance, cutting taxes to middle-income earners together…
Surprisingly little finger pointing went on at the conference.
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Against the odds (and the polls) the Liberal Democrats remain optimistic in the lead up to the general election.
Nick Clegg, still a bit of a third wheel in British politics.
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The Lib Dems may have upset the status quo, but there's no such thing as three-party politics.
Almost as nice as Margate.
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A points-based system won't drive wages up, as Nigel Farage claims.
Call of Duty: Ballot Box.
This question goes to the heart of how we can ensure that our society is a just one.