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The round up of recent events (click on the links below, and it will bring up the relevant story)
- The politicians that look like peppers
- Labour may back early vote on UK’s EU membership
- David Cameron hasn’t spoken about climate change for three years.
- Huhne, hubris and home improvement: the failure of the ‘green deal’
- ‘Poor English saved Japan’s banks from crisis’ Japan’s banks emerged from the global credit crisis largely unscathed because managers did not speak English well enough to have got them into trouble, the country’s finance minister has claimed.
- The case for increasing wages to cut the welfare bill
- Is the Defence Secretary really on manoeuvres?
- Ed Balls was too prudent. We need full-throttle fury Labour’s response to George Osborne’s venomous attack on welfare and the poor was too cautious. Where is their passion?
- Ed Balls, going too far, too fast, again
- US army blocks access to Guardian website to preserve ‘network hygiene’
- Twitter killed Tory Boy, Twitter is changing the ways in which politics is communicated
- “I need to lock and load” – David Cameron is just telling Brussels what Britain thinks.
- We can’t let the Tories’ Euroscepticism disadvantage UK young people
- ‘Time for a period of silence’ from Lord Mandelson of Foy
- Liberal Democrats impose sex ban on randy activists
- Just how British is Scotland’s Andy Murray?
- Two trainees at an Edinburgh law firm have launched a new venture delivering junk food, fizzy drinks and hugs to hungover Scots.
- Nearly a third of Britons say it is “unacceptable” for a Canadian citizen to be made governor of the Bank of England
- Labour wins the one to lose in 1929
- My, My, Osborne offers donation for restoration of Battle of Waterloo site, the site of the Seven Nation Army’s victory over Napoleon
- How would Prime Minister Miliband perform on the world stage? Unlike Cameron in opposition, the Labour leader has international experience, and a clear sense of where he stands
- The Scottish Referendum and The EU! Scottish prisoners challenge ban on voting in independence referendum. Two men accuse first minister Alex Salmond of breaching their human rights by denying them vote in September 2014
- Iain Gray returns to Labour front bench (hat tip to Mr Divvie for this)