April, 2010

Join the battle for Croydon Central

Rob Macpherson  |  30 April 2010

Every volunteer counts. It's all hands to the pump for Labour candidate Gerry Ryan in the knife-edge marginal of Croydon Central.

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Tenacity is in Labour’s blood

Paul Richards  |  30 April 2010

Policies, leaders, manifestos and ministers come and go, but the Labour Party is bigger than all of us, writes Paul Richards.

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Changing the game

  |  30 April 2010

It's still too soon to determine just what effect these debates have had on this campaign, but one thing we know for sure is that general elections will never be the same again.

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Voting reform should be the real election winner

Tristan Stubbs  |  30 April 2010

Tristan Stubbs is convinced that there's never been a better opportunity to consign First-Past-The-Post to the record books.

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Lib Dems, why are you so beige?

Conor Pope  |  30 April 2010

What's made our resident video blogger Conor Pope smash a Coldplay CD and vent his frustrations at a beige wall? The Lib Dems of course!

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Ed’s Pledge

Ed Miliband MP  |  29 April 2010

Join in Ed's Pledge tour of battleground seats tomorrow - follow the conversation, tweet your questions (#edandfranny) and get the message out

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Labour rising in the polls

Tijs Broeke  |  29 April 2010

Across the North Sea an imminent general election sees the Netherlands looking hard at immigration, and a new Labour leader hoping to take power

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Tactics and taboos

Lucy Gill  |  29 April 2010

As tactical voting rears its head again, anti-Tory voters should think carefully about how their vote will decide who they wake up with on May 7

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Labour rising in the polls

Tijs Broeke  |  29 April 2010

Across the North Sea an imminent general election sees the Netherlands looking hard at immigration, and a new Labour leader hoping to take power

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Losing the wrong battle

Judith Fisher  |  29 April 2010

Well it has finally happened. Our first minister's ego has grown so large, that the SNP feel it just can't be contained in Scotland any longer

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