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post 02 March 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: can Cameron solve the housing crisis?

Everyone wants to build more houses but nothing has worked so far. Has David Cameron got the answer?

post 02 March 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron's housing subsidy: who pays?

On the face of it, the answer to the question 'who pays?' for the 20 per cent 'subsidy' could be 'the local council.'

article 26 February 2015 UK
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Net migration figures rise, leaving PM's promise in tatters

In 2010, David Cameron said "We would like to see net immigration in the tens of thousands rather than the hundreds of thousands," but figures show net migration is at its highest level since 2005.

post 25 February 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: is the UK set to break its Nato defence spending obligations?

Will Britain stick to its commitment to spend at least 2 per cent of GDP on defence?

article 21 February 2015 UK
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Government pledges dementia research and training

David Cameron announces more than 300m investment into dementia research, while all NHS staff will have to undergo training into understanding the condition.

article 17 February 2015 UK
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Cameron: Neets must do unpaid work for benefits

Young people out of work, education or training for more than six months could be made to do unpaid community work to get their benefits, Prime Minister David Cameron says.

video 13 February 2015 UK

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Fear and loathing on campaign trail: Chippenham

The Lib Dems are at their lowest level of support for 25 years. As a new poll puts them on just 6 per cent, Michael Crick takes his pink Cadillac to Chippenham to find out why the slump.

post 12 February 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Miliband - the cat that got the vanilla cream

The Labour Party thinks its attack on the tax affairs of some Tory donors plays into its big message by revealing the unfairness at the heart of the country.

article 11 February 2015 UK
Harriet Harman is under fire over Labour's use of a pink bus to encourage women to vote. It is not the first time politicians have been accused of sexism.
Labour's pink bus: top 'sexist' spats in British politics

Harriet Harman is under fire over Labour's use of a pink bus to encourage women to vote. It is not the first time politicians have been accused of sexism.