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video 24 October 2014 UK

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Cameron: I'm not paying that 2bn euro bill! - video

Responding to the EU demand for an extra 1.7bn from the United Kingdom, Prime Minister David Cameron retorts that if people think he is going to pay up, "they've got another thing coming".

post 24 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Our whole relationship with Europe is now at stake

I hate journalistic hype and exaggeration but could the EU's sudden demand for Britain to pay an extra 1.7bn be a possible turning point in our political history?

post 22 October 2014
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Why universal credit won't be universal until 2018. At the earliest.

Benefit claimants in areas piloting the new universal credit seem to like it. But with its roll-out taking much longer than anticipated, are government hopes for billions of pounds of savings misplace

video 16 October 2014 UK

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Tories 'not bovvered' by Ukip in Rochester - video

Michael Gove channels Catherine Tate to deny the Tories are running scared in their latest battle against Ukip.

post 16 October 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: can Cameron put the brakes on immigration?

There are rumblings of a big announcement from David Cameron on EU immigration. But he may have little room for manoeuvre.

post 15 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Does Tory primary in Rochester breach spirit of legal spending limits?

The Conservatives are splashing tens of thousands on a 'primary' in Rochester. Good for democracy, or a wheeze for getting around spending rules?

article 15 October 2014 UK
Welfare Minister Lord Freud apologises after saying some disabled people are
How Lord Freud's disability remarks landed him in deep water

Welfare Minister Lord Freud apologises after saying some disabled people are "not worth" the minimum wage. Why did he say this and what is the reaction of disabilities charities?

post 14 October 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron sets high stakes for the Rochester by-election

In deciding to use an open primary to select the Tory Rochester by-election candidate, the Conservative leader has helped to set the stakes extraordinarily high.

post 13 October 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Farage invited to TV debate

Deep down, the Tories worry Nigel Farage would sweep up support as he did in the Clegg/Farage debates in the European election.