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Tony Blair and Gordon Brown Should Have Been Invited To The Royal Wedding

The Sunday Telegraph had quite a scoop yesterday, when it revealed that Tony Blair and Gordon Brown have not been invited to the Royal Wedding.  Lady Thatcher and John Major have, however, both been invited.  I have to say that … Continue reading

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Gordon Brown – the latest convert to the Big Society

I’m not sure whether this is a good or a bad thing, but Gordon Brown’s interview in the Independent today shows him to be just the latest in a long line of converts to the Big Society. Here are some … Continue reading

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Sealing the Hung Parliament deal

A deal will have to be done. The Liberal Democrats are the (very) weak kingmakers. There is – somewhere – a deal that can be acceptable to Cameron and Clegg. The main ‘national interest’ issues are restoring stability to the … Continue reading

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Ash, Cleggmania and the dull dullness of economic stats

What was the most important political event of last week? Was it the volcanic ash sponsored travel chaos? Was it Cleggmania? Was it the Sky News debate? For me the event which will have most impact on Election 2010 was … Continue reading

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The adventures of Appealing Gordon

The man at the beginning of Labour’s party political broadcast is out of breath. To be honest, he looks lost. I don’t know his name but for ease I will call him ‘Appealing Gordon’. Good-looking Gordon is on his own, … Continue reading

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