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"We've come here tonight to give them a taste of their own medicine"

Britain First

Britain First launch retaliation attack in defence of Nigel Farage

Britain First: "If you overstep the mark you will find us on your doorstep."

Nigel Farage's party have been dogged by associations with fascist group

Labour track right on drugs

Labour attacks Lib Dems for being 'soft on drugs'

Labour leaflet attacks Lib Dem drug policy

Leaflets target Clegg policy of scrapping prison sentences for drug possession and suggest old habits die hard

The Google election

The Google election: Search analysis tips Tories for election win

Could online search offer a glimpse of the election result?

The Conservatives are on course to be the largest party in a hung parliament, according to a new analysis of online search terms.

Hobbits for Labour

WATCH: Martin Freeman's Labour election broadcast

Martin Freeman - the Hobbit takes on the election

Watch Martin Freeman urge voters to pick Labour in the party's first election broadcast of the short campaign

CEO Gavin Darby goes back to school

CEO Gavin Darby will be swapping the boardroom for the classroom as he joins other food and grocery bosses returning to school to help students understand how lessons learnt both in and out of the classroom can help them in working life.

NASUWT hails release of jailed trade unionist

Chris Keates: “The report of Omar’s release is truly wonderful news".

RSPCA - urgent #homesforhorses appeal launched

Charity received more than 22,000 calls in 2014 as horse crisis continues.

Campaigners launch manifesto for low income taxpayers

The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has published a manifesto setting out the agenda the Group would like the next government to pursue for taxpayers on low incomes.

Suffolk parents raise money to help their son walk just like his twin brother

James and Lorna Brokenshire-Dyke are now trying to raise seventy thousand pounds for life-changing surgery in America which they hope will help two year Sebastian walk and hopefully run too - just like his twin brother, Solomon.

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