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The more one thinks about it, the less decisive the autumn’s poll looks likely to be.
We have put together the most comprehensive package ever put together by a Government to stimulate the economy and employment creation.
Dysfunctional families have deeply negative attitudes that they pass on to their children.
He’s had a lot of bad days, but awful polls, a fundraising shortfall and rebellious MPs mean this one takes the biscuit.
It seems George Osborne has been paying attention to our Homes, Jobs and Savings campaign.
Her “Eton Mess” headline is redolent of the Blairite’s “Rocking the Boat” brooch stunt.
Having done their best to wreck the pension system under Brown, now Labour want a chance to finish it off entirely.
Harry Cole, Mark Ferguson and Andrew Neil discuss the mysterious case of the disappearing ex-Prime Minister.
From the Red Lion to the Two Chairmen, this is where the politics of the Blair-Brown years was determined.
It’s insulting to those whose homes are flooded, and harmful to austerity, to equate “expensive” with “good” in public services.
Voters detect, in expressions like “hard-working families”, an intolerable bogusness.
After all, Gordon Brown – Gordon Brown! – used to order zero-based reviews of spending.
Priti Patel MP: The choice at the next election. State control with Labour, or free enterprise with the Conservatives.
A Labour Government would exacerbate feelings of unfairness in society as they entrench a welfare-dependent culture built on the backs of those who work hard.
If coalition not locked itself into a fixed term, the Tories may well have seen 2014 as a golden opportunity to secure a full mandate from the country.