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The New Statesman's rolling politics blog At this stage of the electoral cycle, the party needs to be performing much better to justify hopes of a majority in 2015. Ed Miliband addresses delegates at the annual CBI conference in November 2012...
Ed Miliband is due to address a Progress conference on Saturday. Photograph: Ian Nicholson/PA Ed Miliband has been warned by a leading political scientist that it would be short-sighted not to keep lines of communication open to the Liberal Democrats
The main political parties have been in Essex to woe voters and look ahead to future challenges What do the party leaders do when politics has reached a watershed moment?...With last week's local election results ringing in their ears David Cameron (
Leanne Wood says Plaid Cymru will rebuild after 'difficult' council elections Leanne Wood has been the Plaid Cymru leader since the middle of March Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says the party must rebuild after what she called "a difficult night"
Despite the current euphoria over Burma, the reality is a depressing picture...Khalil 'Ken' Dale was a British aid worker kidnapped in Pakistan earlier this year and then subseque... Suggested Topics It was hard yesterday to find anyone quite sure
Pondering whether or not to head down to the polling station in England, Scotland and Wales on Thursday to vote for your local councillor or mayor? Here are eleven reasons why the result of the elections could make a difference to you: 1) Unhappy
Scottish children 'shunning' fizzy drinks, says WHO study BBC Scotland Health Correspondent The WHO survey found Scottish youngsters were consuming less fizzy drinks Fizzy drink consumption amongst Scottish secondary school children has fallen
Two knights joust at Carlisle Castle but the real battle in the city is between Labour and Conservatives Activists may be pounding the streets up and down the country ahead of the local elections but some areas are getting more attention than others.
I can imagine the country's top marketing executives sitting round a room, scribbling on white board... British manufacturing is making a comeback and retail guru Mary Portas is spearheading its return...The Prime Minister will travel north of the
Ahead of his meeting with apprentices at a building firm, the Lib Dem leader said his "top priority is jobs and growth". And he attempted to rally supporters before the campaign begins, saying: "This is the time to be proud to be a Liberal Democrat."