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He spoke out after joining more than 100 Conservatives supporting a legal commitment on the government to hold an "in or out" poll.
Yes, you did read that headline correctly, it wasn't a typo, I am going to discuss whether the Lib Dems can make net gains in parliamentary seats at the 2015 General election, which might seem odd, given the Lib Dems current travails in the polls.
Premier Greg Selinger acknowledged tonight that his government's decision to raise the provincial sales tax is unpopular, but he defended it as a necessary measure in order to maintain key public services and build the economy.
Nigel Farage, the leader of Britain's fastest growing political party, United Kingdom Independence Party, at the European Parliament building in Strasbourg, France, Oct.
Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow has settled a libel action brought by Lord McAlpine after the High Court found a tweet posted by her was highly defamatory of the Tory peer.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses a news conference in Brussels on May 22, 2013 After building a coalition by embracing liberal social issues, Cameron is facing conservative backlash.
Conservatives' Baroness Warsi and Labour's Jim Murphy hit out over interviews in wake of soldier's murder in Woolwich The faith and communities minister, Baroness Warsi, and the shadow defence secretary, Jim Murphy, have criticised the media for giving too much airtime to the radical cleric Anjem Choudary in the wake of the Woolwich attack .
AN academic has attacked Conservative Crime spokeman John Lamont for taking a "glib and ill-informed" stance against electronic monitoring of offenders.
It's the most terrible irony: Drummer Lee Rigby, the married father of a young child, had survived fighting in Afghanistan - a country which had claimed the lives of 444 of his heroic colleagues - only to be murdered in a grotesque act of terrorism in a London suburban street.
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The last twenty four hours have been a reminder of David Cameron's poise as a national leader.
Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert has said the Conservatives are 'serious and united' in supporting a referendum on the membership of UK the European Union.
Net migration decreased by extra 10,000 people to 153,000 in year to September compared with previous quarter, says ONS The immigration minister, Mark Harper, claims the further fall in net migration is evidence that the government's immigration policy is working.
Committee on Climate Change says the sooner the UK invests in low-carbon power generation the cheaper it will be Many on the right of the Tory party have been clamouring for an end to onshore windfarms.
If David Cameron wanted an MP able to remove any prejudices that voters might have about "the nasty party", he could not have designed one better than Sarah Wollaston.