Archive of April 2010

The campaigns spread out from Birmingham this morning

Parties hit the campaign trail to keep up debate momentum

All three major parties hit the campaign trail this morning in a bid to maintain the momentum from last night's TV debate.

  • "Jesus cannot be co-opted... for the cause of politicians."

    Christians argue over Jesus' politics

    Jesus would probably not vote Labour because of its policies on Iraq and Trident, a prominent religious commentator has said.

  • Thinktank says taxes will have to rise by six per cent

    Income tax 'must rise by 6p'

    Income tax must be raised six per cent to protect Britain from the next financial crisis, according to a report released today by a leading think tank that advises the Treasury.

  • Thinktank says income tax must rise by 6p

    Income tax 'must rise by 6p'

    Income tax must be raised six per cent to protect Britain from the next financial crisis, according to a report released today by a leading think tank that advises the Treasury.

  • Tony Blair back on the campaign trail

    Blair back on campaign trail

    Tony Blair returns to front-line electioneering today as he is deployed to campaign for Labour today.

  • Cameron's suit declared bestof last night's debate.

    Cameron's suit 'won debate'

    David Cameron's suit may have given him the competitive edge over his rivals in the final leaders' debate, according to a tailoring expert.

  • Nick Clegg spoke to snooker fans at the Sheffield Crucible

    Clegg addresses the Crucible

    Nick Clegg leader was in a light-hearted mood, when he spoke to the crowd at the Crucible in Sheffield just before the start of the snooker World Championship semi finals.

  • Brown as he called a Labour supporter a bigot yesterday.

    Brown gaffe will be 'elephant in the room' at TV debate

    Gordon Brown's devastating gaffe yesterday in which he branded a Labour supporter a bigot will be "the elephant in the room" at tonight's final TV debate, experts have warned.

  • Who's backing the BNP?

    BNP is 'Labour offshoot'

    The Conservatives' Wakefield candidate has sparked controversy after suggesting the far-right British National party (BNP) is gaining most of its support from ex-Labour voters.

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