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When Tebbit says vote Labour, you know something’s gone very wrong

This is Peter Hitchens' Mail on Sunday column In the midst of the most fraudulent General Election I have ever experienced, a clear and honest voice speaks, and is drowned by a tornado of lies. After 40 years in the...

British Labour Party: We’ll Make Fear of Islam an Aggravated Crime

And here we thought the US Democratic Party was the nuttiest political group in the world… The British Labor Party announced this week they will outlaw fear of Islam. Ed Milliband -Labour Party Leader The Labour Party promises to make … Continue reading ?

UK Conservatives' lead narrows to 1 point over Labour in Opinium poll

LONDON (Reuters) - David Cameron's Conservative Party saw its lead in an opinion poll narrow on Saturday, with a survey for the Observer newspaper giving it a 1 percentage point lead over the opposition Labour Party ahead of the May 7 election.

UK's Lib Dems rule out Scottish deal, potentially shunning Labour

LONDON (Reuters) - The leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats ruled out joining a government that relied on support from Scotland's nationalists, raising a potential obstacle to a coalition deal with the opposition Labour Party after a national election on May 7.

Platitude Party

John Rentoul also sticks the boot into Ed Miliband's foreign policy speech with these comments in The Independent which re-brand Labour as the Platitude Party. 2. Miliband’s response this morning is to deliver a speech about foreign policy. Show More Summary

Red Herrings (05/05/14)

When I read this report from the BBC web site I was immediately reminded of the Labour Party's decision to refer the Falkirk vote rigging scandal to the police because this was a deliberate diversionary tactic, a complete red herring, since no one ever suggested that the law had been broken in Falkirk or that a criminal offence had been committed. Show More Summary

Clegg Rules Out Joining SNP in Supporting Labour Government

The Liberal Democrat leader says he wouldn't support a Labour government that relies on Scottish nationalist support.

Sock Puppet Steve on the PAS

Over on John Winter's blog Sock Puppet Steve, apparently answering a criticism by an unnamed "foreign correspondent" of the "Bring the English Disease here Please" video makes laboured and verbose excuses for the PAS:i must point out...Show More Summary

Labour is pledging a £1m handout to Scottish foodbanks. Why not English ones?

Gordon Brown is saying some strange things. He is being chased out of Fife by the nationalist genie that he pulled out of the bottle, but snarling at the SNP as he does… Continue reading The post Labour is pledging a £1m handout to Scottish foodbanks. Why not English ones? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Who is rallying behind Ed Miliband: the undecided voters or Labour supporters?

As polling day nears, everyone is trying to work out which way undecided voters will break. Contrary to what many predicted, Labour and Ed Miliband have had a pretty decent… Continue reading The post Who is rallying behind Ed Miliband: the undecided voters or Labour supporters? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Have the Tories given up on taking seats from Labour?

David Cameron and George Osborne’s campaigning is focused on seats the Tory party wants to hold onto, while Ed Miliband is taking the fight to seats Labour wants to win… Continue reading The post Have the Tories given up on taking seats from Labour? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Labour Party Slams Cameron Over Absence at Minsk Talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron's absence at the talks on Ukrainian reconciliation is a sign of weak foreign policy, leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband said Friday.

Labour to gain from “follow the money” UK voting

People vote with their wallets. The governing Conservative coalition may earn credit for presiding over five years of low interest rates and a strongish pound. But a Breakingviews calculator suggests a weaker record on growth, house prices and stocks could swing votes to Labour.

Lib Dems hope to capitalise on SNP hatred by taking tactical Labour votes

For someone who might be about to lose her seat, Jo Swinson seems very perky as she walks the streets of Bishopbriggs in her constituency. The Lib Dem, who is… Continue reading The post Lib Dems hope to capitalise on SNP hatred by taking tactical Labour votes appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Russia should face more sanctions if it stokes Ukraine further: UK Labour's Miliband

LONDON (Reuters) - The West should step up sanctions on Russia if the Kremlin shows further aggression in Ukraine, British opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband said on Friday.

Female executives and gender wage gaps

Despite the convergence between men and women in many labour market indicators, women are still vastly underrepresented at the boardroom level. Using Italian data, this column presents new evidence on the impact of having a female CEO on the distribution of wages for male and female workers within firms. Show More Summary

Ed Miliband thinks Libya’s failure is so obvious he’s barely mentioned it until now

With less than two weeks until polling day, it’s nice to see that Ed Miliband has discovered foreign policy as an important issue worth discussing. The Labour leader will attack… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband thinks Libya’s failure is so obvious he’s barely mentioned it until now appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

5 things you need to know about the General Election 2015

Good morning! Here are 5 of the most important things you need to hear about the General Election 2015 today. 1. Labour leader Ed Miliband is set to say today that the deaths of 800 migrants whose boat sank off the coast of Libya on Sunday "could have been anticipated [and] should have been avoided". Show More Summary

Tories ahead by 4pts in two new polls — and Farage is on course to win South Thanet

The opinion polls almost veered towards a trend today. ComRes/Daily Mail report in their latest poll that the Conservatives are four points ahead on 36 per cent, while Labour is on 32… Continue reading The post Tories ahead by 4pts in two new polls — and Farage is on course to win South Thanet appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Robert E. Hall on secular stagnation

Do read the whole thing.  Excerpt: There has been no sign of a reversal of the decline in labour’s share of total income and no body of research that supports the idea that it will. Productivity growth is definitely under way, at rates similar to those in the 1970s and 1980s, but well below the […]

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