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Dealing rooms cheered as rumours swept around the Square Mile that Gordon was gone. Downing Street had to issue a denial that the Prime Mentalist had resigned. Soon Gordon, soon…
UKIP are complaining that ballot papers are being handed out folded over and people don’t realise their name is over the fold. Supporters are complaining to their party HQ that UKIP were not on the ballot paper…
The SNP are demanding the immediate cessation of automated marketing calls by the Labour party – using the voice of Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn. The calls directly market the Labour party – a breach of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003. Desperately deprived of supporters willing to knock on doors the Labour Party is willing to break the law…
UPDATE : Source says the Information Commissioner has already reprimanded Charlie Whelan’s Unite union yesterday for doing automated calls.
So in search of the truth and information as to what is really going on the British public turns to the state broadcaster, the venerable BBC, the broadcaster the people are involuntarily forced to fund. Who, we want to know, is behind the attempt to oust the Prime Minister by email?
John Humphrys : …who’s behind it? Our political editor Nick Robinson, do we know Nick?
Nick Robinson : We do know, I am not entirely sure I am going to tell you on the Today programme…
(Listen online here.) You pay taxes so Nick Robinson can report on politics. Sky News says Charles Clarke is behind it, no taxpayers were harmed in bringing you that information. Incidentally, Clarke was seen chatting to Hazel Blears at Andrew Neil’s sixtieth birthday party on Sunday…
You wouldn’t know there was an election on would you? The governing party is in chronic meltdown. The Prime Mentalist is reduced to begging his sworn enemies for support. One Blairite told Guido “if you think this is bad, wait until the polls close”. Currently Ministers and MPs are straining to be loyal, Lord Falconer yesterday morning on the Today show put a sell-by-date on that loyalty.
After the polls close at 10 pm tonight, the battle will be joined for real…
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Whitehall Doesn’t Work | Dom Cummings
Russell Brand’s Tax Avoidance Firm | Sun
David Cameron drug policy reformer and leadership contender in 2005…
“Politicians attempt to appeal to the lowest common denominator by posturing with tough policies and calling for crackdown after crackdown. Drugs policy has been failing for decades.”