Labour infighting, Pakistani clan politics, a candidate with the campaign’s most inspiring backstory – oh, and George Galloway, too. Welcome to the intriguing world of Bradford West.
Sarah Wollaston, chair of the Commons health committee, told BuzzFeed News the policy is “illegal and unworkable”. She said the Tories needed a positive message going into the election.
The deputy PM is pretty sick of sitting next to David Cameron. He told BuzzFeed News: “It’s awkward, it’s ridiculous.”
A veteran Labour member claimed that local party chiefs in London are urging activists not to campaign on the economy – because it’s “not one of our strengths”. But Miliband denied this and said Labour should talk about it as much as possible.
There are strict rules stopping the government from spending money on overtly political campaigns. Labour says the promotion of “long-term economic plan” may break this.
David Cameron suddenly can’t get enough of the Greens. But is that just because he wants to avoid getting involved in pre-election TV debates?
Is the toilet seat permanently down?
All three party leaders agreed to abandon Prime Minister’s Questions to head north of the border.
The incident occurred when Barack Obama joined David Cameron on a visit to a primary school in Newport.
The prime minister calls for an end to “bluster and obfuscation” by Russia.
The British prime minister has rejected criticism of the country’s military operation in Gaza.
Greg Clark has said he wants the controversial practice to be more widely available on the NHS.
In a press conference earlier today, the US President called for the UK to stay “united”.
Because they’re not real people.
Officers attended a protest involving the Bishop of Oxford at the Prime Minister’s constituency office. Who called them is a matter of dispute.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says he will submit a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning Syria today, as more details are released about the alleged chemical attack.
We all want to be Ferris Bueller, but you honestly think you might be getting sick right now.
A lame joke about cricket is met with a lame joke about baseball. The proverbial tumbleweed bounces through a joint press conference with Obama and Cameron.
Cameron is mad at Romney for musing that London isn’t prepared for the Olympics. It’s a diplomatic flap to kick off the candidate’s foreign trip.
The Prime Minister of Britain and the President of the United States scarf some dogs at the NCAA Tournament in Ohio. “In our country, we call them bangers!” — Something David Cameron Did Not Say
Artist Maxim Dalton made a fully playable board game version of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” It’s part of a tribute show dedicated to John Hughes. Not quite as fun is Hungry Hungry Uncle Bucks.
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