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Labour reforms won’t cast much of a shadow in the City. Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Labour talks tough on banking reform, but little will change

Given the scandals, bonus increases and plummeting lending to small and medium-sized British businesses, reform of the banking system is likely to be a hot topic in the run-up to the general election…
‘Fix it Jim, and all the Irn Bru in the world is yours.’ Jane Barlow/PA

Five reasons why Labour should seriously fear wipeout in Scotland

With Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in London making a speech about the failures of austerity, her appearances are coming to embody her party’s momentum in the polls. Besides a TNS poll the other…
Takin’ it to the streets. Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Pink stinks but Labour’s bus is a welcome sight on the road

An admission: last year I wore a bubblegum pink t-shirt. The occasion? Cancer Research’s Race for Life. If I told you that I only ever wear black and grey, you might be rather surprised. Indeed, I have…
This house has seen some corkers over the years. davidesimonetti/Flickr

Britain’s seven greatest general elections since 1945

General elections are the great democratic leveller. Every citizen – however wealthy, educated or interested – gets an opportunity to pass judgement on the performance of the government and the direction…
Voters are packing their bags and leaving the middle ground. Rawpixel/Shutterstock

Playing it safe could make Labour and Tories sorry

The current predictions for the 2015 election place Conservatives and Labour neck and neck with projections of around 280 seats each. The most likely outcome of the general election would seem to be another…

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