May, 2006

Negative vibes

Ben Leapman  |  16 May 2006

Negative vibes

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Stand and deliver

Meg Munn MP  |  16 May 2006

We need more women in our town halls, says Meg Munn

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Claiming the credit

Michael Dugher  |  16 May 2006

Claiming the credit

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Any questions – Polly Toynbee

Polly Toynbee  |  16 May 2006

Castle’s ginger hair

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‘We were losing New Labour voters’

Labour can revive its electoral fortunes only if it continues to embrace change, Tony Blair tells Robert Philpot and Jennifer Gerber

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White fright

Dr Catherine Fieschi  |  16 May 2006

The white working class was unfairly blamed for the BNP’s local election gains, argues Catherine Fieschi

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Iraqi trade unions

Gary Kent  |  16 May 2006

Friends in need

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Lacking conviction

Patrick Diamond  |  16 May 2006

Lacking conviction

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Coming of age

Scott Davidson  |  16 May 2006

With a rapidly ageing population, the outcome of future elections could hinge on the decisions of older voters, says Scott Davidson

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Let the Sunny shine

Lord Morgan  |  16 May 2006

Thirty years ago, Jim Callaghan became prime minister. His time in office should be remembered for more than just the Winter of Discontent, argues Kenneth O Morgan

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