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article 15 December 2014 Politics
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Parties clash over immigration and economy

Battle lines are drawn between the main parties as Labour comes under fire over leaked documents which appear to encourage some of its MPs and activists to avoid discussing immigration.

post 03 December 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog On track to smallest state since 1930s? Not if Vince can help it

One Treasury source said this was "just where the graph lines happened to end up," implying no champagne popping pencilled in for the big day five years off.

video 30 November 2014 UK

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Is Labour NHS 'election fox' dead and buried? - video

Chris Leslie MP says the George Osborne's 2bn NHS pledge for extra NHS funding is "smoke and mirrors." "We need to raise real revenue over a consistent period of time."

video 30 November 2014 UK

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Can the Tories' extra 2bn really save the NHS? - video

Chancellor George Osborne says he will put an extra 2bn into front-line health services across the UK. In contrast, Labour say they will give the health service 2.5bn more with its mansion tax.

video 28 November 2014 UK

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Will Cameron's immigration proposals work? - video

Lukasz Szlek, who lives in Southampton, an area which has seen a big influx of EU immigrants, tells Economics Editor Paul Mason that David Cameron is to blame for anti-Polish rhetoric in the country.

post 28 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron back from the brink on Europe and immigration

The idea of an emergency brake on EU immigration remained in David Cameron's speech until a few days ago. But at the last moment, the prime minister pulled back.

article 28 November 2014 UK
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Are Cameron's migrant benefits cuts really a game-changer?

David Cameron reveals his plans to stop EU migrants coming into the UK to claim benefits. But can he get other member states to agree? And are the proposals enough to bring down immigration numbers?

post 27 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog At breakneck speed a new UK takes shape

As the deadline for proposals on devolving more powers to Scotland approached, ministers were busy trying to secure last-minute deals for their own spending departments.

article 21 November 2014 Politics
Labour MP Emily Thornberry is not the first politician to drop herself in it on Twitter. Countless others have also been forced to repent after unburdening themselves on social media.
Thornberry row: do too many tweets really make a t***?

Labour MP Emily Thornberry is not the first politician to drop herself in it on Twitter. Countless others have also been forced to repent after unburdening themselves on social media.