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  1. Tony Blair thinks Tories will win election as Ed Miliband has...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Mail on Sunday

    ... Clinton - but she told them to 'go f*** yourself' Tony Blair has told political allies that he believes the Conservatives will win the next election because Ed Miliband has failed to connect with voters, it was reported last night. Mr Blair is ...

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  2. David Cameron vows to defy European Union on 'unacceptable' A 1.7bn cash demandRead the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | The Independent

    ... EC President Jose Manuel Barroso he had "no idea" of the impact such issues have in Britain, where the Conservatives are attempting to halt a surge in electoral support for Ukip. But the Government also faced uncomfortable questions over when it ...

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  3. Anti-terror laws on books not being usedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | DurhamRegion.com

    The Conservative government is expected to give police and spies new tools to fight terrorism as early as next week. But some point out that anti-terror laws already on the books aren't being fully used to stem the threat of attacks by homegrown radicals.

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  4. Saturday's National Newspaper Front PagesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Ananova

    The Telegraph claims former prime minister Tony Blair has told friends that he thinks the Conservatives will win the next election. The Mirror has an interview with last year's X-Factor winner Sam Bailey who says she was stalked on the internet.

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  5. British PM rejects EU billRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    ... party looks likely to win a second seat in parliament on November 20, when a politician who resigned from the Conservatives is standing for UKIP in a by-election in southern England. The dispute is a gift to UKIP for that ballot. Anti-EU ...

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  6. David Cameron vows: We will not pay A 1.7bn EU billRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Scotsman.com

    DAVID Cameron has angrily denounced a surprise European Commission demand for 1.7 billion from UK taxpayers as "unacceptable" and "unjustified" and flatly refused to pay the money by the deadline of 1 December. A visibly furious Prime Minister yesterday made clear he was ready to take legal action to try to block the EU charge, which he compared with being coshed with a piece of lead piping in a game of Cluedo.

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  7. Simon Heffer: Why should the English pay to fix the NHS disaster in Wales?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    No one could fail to be moved by the horror stories reported in the Mail this week about people who have been treated appallingly by the Welsh NHS, which has been run for the past 15 years by Labour. The hundreds of letters and emails we have received from readers who have suffered powerfully reinforce the impression of a health service that is managed by financially illiterate, union-dominated, socialist zealots.

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  8. 'Edging toward the EU exit?' - the front pagesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | BBC News

    ... the controversy "certainly doesn't help" the pro-EU case if there is an in-out referendum in 2017, as the Conservatives have promised. It's a similar line on the front of the Daily Express. The paper says there have been calls for Mr Cameron to ...

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  9. Lib Dem supporters have the most adventurous sex lives, with UKIP followers dullest in bedRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    ... to have tried a threesome or bondage, according to Professor Philip Cowley's Sex, Lies and the Ballot Box. Conservatives boast that they have more sex more often and are less likely to say that they are shy, according to the book which is out next ...

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  10. Andrew Green: A divisive peer for a divided timeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Independent

    Andy McSmith is a senior reporter at The Independent. He has vast experience in political journalism and has also appeared on documentaries for BBC Radio 4. Peers do not barrack and jeer, so when Sir Andrew Green, founder and chairman of MigrationWatch, joins the red benches, he can expect to be received in respectful silence.

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  11. Cameron Reeling Over Yet Another AmbushRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | LBC 97.3

    Last week David Cameron was ambushed by Ed Miliband at Prime Minister's Questions when he wanted to talk about falling unemployment. This week the Prime Minister has been ambushed by Jose Manuel Barroso in Brussels just when he wanted to talk about encouraging figures on economic growth.

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  12. Conservatives' new anti-terror laws likely to mirror 'immensely controversial' U.K. legislationRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | National Post

    ... he said. After the London bombings, Charles Clarke, the then home secretary, wrote to the opposition Conservatives and Liberal Democrats to ask for their views, in an attempt to strike a consensus. Mr. Garrison said there have been no such ...

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  13. George Osborne ''out of touch'' after he insisted ...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    New figures show the UK's economy is on the wane with even the Chancellor admitting the country faces a "critical moment" George Osborne has been branded out of touch after insisting Britain is in the grip of a "feel good factor"". The Chancellor admitted that the country faces a "critical moment" because of problems in the eurozone and around the world.

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  14. Drink-drive limit to be cut in time for ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    ... shows that reducing drink-drive limits is effective in reducing drink-drive deaths and injuries. However, the Conservatives criticised the move, saying it risks "creating criminals" out of people who are "hardworking, law-abiding citizens". ...

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  15. If EU does not reform, UK should quitRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today

    ... by 283 votes to nil to support a referendum in 2017 on whether the UK wants to stay in or leave the EU. The Conservatives want to negotiate to see if any genuine reforms can be made to the current set up and then put it to the people for a vote. Our ...

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  16. David Cameron vows to defy EU on A 1.7bn cash demandRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Independent

    ... EC President Jose Manuel Barroso he had "no idea" of the impact such issues have in Britain, where the Conservatives are attempting to halt a surge in electoral support for Ukip. But the Government also faced uncomfortable questions over when it ...

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  17. PM Reeling Over Yet Another AmbushRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Ananova

    Last week David Cameron was ambushed by Ed Miliband at Prime Minister's Questions when he wanted to talk about falling unemployment. This week the Prime Minister has been ambushed by Jose Manuel Barroso in Brussels just when he wanted to talk about encouraging figures on economic growth.

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  18. Cameron admits that the Treasury kept him in the dark over A 1.7bn EU billRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | New Statesman

    Aside from his visible fury at the EU landing him with a bill for an extra A 1.7bn in membership contributions, the most notable thing about David Cameron's press conference in Brussels was his admission of a communication breakdown inside the government. While Cameron only learned of the budgetary demand yesterday, he confirmed that the Treasury knew of it several days earlier: The first that I saw of it was yesterday, Thursday, and my instant reaction was to look at the other countries that are being treated in this way and to form an alliance with them and put a stop to this European Council so it could be properly discussed and an emergency meeting of finance ministers could be established.

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  19. Harold Wilson: The Russophile at Number 10Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Russia Taday

    ... that it was US imperialism, not Russia, which posed the greatest threat to the peace of the world. Today's Conservatives by contrast, have, by and large, become lackeys for that same US imperialism- as have leading Labour Party and Liberal Democrat ...

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  20. David Cameron visits Chatham and plays down poll giving Ukip lead in Rochester and StroodRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Kent Online

    David Cameron has played down poll findings suggesting that the Conservatives are trailing Ukip badly in the by-election battle for Rochester and Strood. Speaking on a visit to Chatham today he said: 'It is a cliche but there is only one poll that counts and that is the one on Election Day.

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