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The NDP's Craig Scott has written to Pierre Poilievre to suggest that the Fair Elections Act be withdrawn and a new multi-partisan process launched to draft a new bill.
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Daily Mail - Blair's fight to keep his oil cash secret: Former PM's deals are revealed as his earnings since 2007 reach A 20million The former Prime Minister tried to keep the public in the dark over his dealings with South Korean oil firm UI Energy Corporation .
It appears that Sybil has a rival in Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives.
One of US President Barack Obama's top campaign strategists has been recruited by Labour to play a key role in Ed Miliband's bid for Downing Street in next year's general election.
The front page of The Times, the newspaper of the establishment and passionate supporter of David Cameron, has grossly misled the British public in its latest chapter of the smear campaign against me.
But despite this potential for intrigue there is comparatively little interest shown in the European elections next month as compared with the General Election which will take place in 2015.
Tony Beddow, former chief executive of West Glamorgan Health Authority has called for an apology after Prime Minister David Cameron described Offa's Dyke as the 'line between life and death' A FORMER NHS chief executive in Wales says Conservatives should apologise for describing the health service in Wales as failing, following an independent ... (more)
Nick Clegg faces the embarrassment of being hauled in front of a British House of Commons committee to explain why taxpayers are paying his election strategist - former DA spindoctor and chief adviser to Western Cape Premier Helen Zille - a six-figure salary.
One of Britain's largest food charities says that more than 900,000 people visited its food banks last year.
The PM's comments are likely to be seen as an appeal to churchgoers and Anglican leaders who have been highly critical of government reforms Andy McSmith is a senior reporter at The Independent.
SPRING is here and the sap in British politicians appears to be rising. Last week a prominent Conservative MP, the former deputy-speaker of the House of Commons, Nigel Evans, was acquitted of raping a junior parliamentary researcher; he admitted getting drunk and having sex with a man less than half his age.
Croydon's youngest election candidates - including a teenager who is still at school - are hoping they can inspire the town's younger voters in the lead up to this year's council elections.
The resignation is the latest development in a dispute involving members of the Pakistani Muslim community that is centred on Mohammad Asghar The vice-chairman of a constituency Conservative association has quit, giving as his reason what he alleges is the "unacceptable" behaviour of an Assembly Member.
Independent Remuneration Board also shelves plans to end 'golden handshake' grants for AMs who step down in 2021 after 'consternation' from AMs 'I was there' Terry Phillips takes a look back at the memorable night Cardiff City finally made the Premier League Our man Terry Phillips has followed Cardiff City from the depths of the bottom division to ... (more)
Fury over the A 3bn Britain spends on foreign aid to groups who waste it Department for International Development has given A 3.3 billion to 12 organisations that offer 'poor' or 'average' value for money Ministers have handed out billions in foreign aid even after being told that much of it is being wasted, it can be revealed.
Campaigners last night demanded David Cameron scrap his savage welfare reforms after the number of emergency food parcels handed out soared to more than a million.