Archive of 23 April 2010

Second leaders' debate saw robust exchanges

Fiery leaders' debate confirms three horse race

Fiery leaders' debate confirms three horse race

  • A leading economist has questioned David Cameron's claims

    Economist questions Cameron's hung parliament warnings

    A hung parliament is unlikely to cause market catastrophe and a surge in interest rates, but parties unwilling to negotiate on deficit reduction could contribute to long-term economic uncertainty, one of Europe's leading economic consultants has said.

  • Andrew Lansley faced criticism of his party's funding

    Shadow health secretary funding row

    Andrew Lansley, the Conservative shadow health secretary, came under fire yesterday at a hustings for the alleged role of big business in his party's finances and policies.

  • Nick Clegg: "I led a mutiny over something at school, but I can't remember what"

    Clegg: I tried to solve Cold War

    Schoolboy Nick Clegg organised extra classes while at school in a bid to prepare Britain's response to the Soviet threat.

  • BNP leader Nick Griffin

    BNP to publish manifesto

    The British National party (BNP) will publish its manifesto at an undisclosed location in Stoke-on-Trent today.

  • Baby P's clothes

    Baby P sacking 'lawful'

    The council official at the centre of the Baby P scandal was "lawfully" sacked, the High Court ruled today.

  • Brown's debate night rise and fall

    Brown's debate night rise and fall

    Live betting on last night's leaders' debate suggests Gordon Brown can still connect with voters but when the audience were reminded of the expenses row he quickly lost favour.

  • The odds: All eyes on the Lib Dem bubble

    The odds: All eyes on the Lib Dem bubble

    Odds on the Liberal Democrats drifted last night as polls show the debate was a close call. David Cameron and Gordon Brown both fought back against the Nick Clegg effect, delivering improved performances.

  • Jack Straw grilled over Iraq war

    Blackburn: Straw faces voters over war

    Jack Straw faced a grilling over his role in the war in Iraq on Wednesday as he faced voters in his constituency of Blackburn.

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