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post 16 July 2015
Read more on Michael's blog Government attacked for 'rigging' of electoral system

The Conservatives have been criticised for a change in voting law that could see hundreds of thousands of people drop off the electoral roll.

post 14 July 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog SNP foxhunting move a raiding party into English lawmaking

The government has pulled the vote on foxhunting after the SNP's decision to break its own pledge and vote against the relaxation of the ban in England.

post 08 July 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Fox hunting vote: Thursday 16 July

Anti-fox hunting campaigners knew this was coming and have already attacked what they feel is the government trying to overturn a popular law change using the backdoor of a statutory instrument.

post 03 July 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Is Islamic State the biggest terrorist threat for the UK?

Is the rise of the Islamic State the biggest threat to the UKs security and safety in the history of the country?

post 01 July 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Heathrow report 'steaming poo' for Cameron - senior Tory

The pre-briefing on Sir Howard Davies' report on airport capacity focused on the Gatwick caveat - we like Heathrow but Gatwick will do. The final report is written nothing like that.

post 30 June 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: Is Britain pulling its weight in the fight against IS?

David Cameron says only the US has hit the Islamic State group with more air strikes than Britain. Is the UK really doing enough in Iraq?

post 30 June 2015
Read more on Matt's blog: Matt Frei After Greece, can the EU remain the world's most popular club?

Greece may only represent a fraction of Europe's economy. But in everything else that can't be easily measured by the IMF or ECB, it represents to much more.

post 26 June 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Europe - 'engaged' and yet split

David Cameron ended up getting the prestigious 11pm slot to speak for about 5 minutes about Britain's renegotiation. A source said the Prime Minister didn't notice if anyone had left the room.

post 25 June 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog EU referendum - the battle edges closer

Those mighty struggles that the EU is wrestling with today - Greece and migration - go to the heart of the "out" campaigners best hopes of winning.