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News: Weekend Roundup: Death of the First Global Statesman
5 days ago - WorldPost - The Huffington Post
This week, Singapore's founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, died at 91. Though the last remaining of the great figures of post-WWII decolonization, Lee was also the first global sta...
News: Farewell to Hague - and 85 other MPs
5 days ago - BBC News - Politics
At least 86 MPs are standing down at the general election, including former Tory leader William Hague and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown - here's a full list
5 days ago - The Economist: Finance and economics
THE British political system is noted for producing strong, stable governments. But that is changing fast. May’s general election may generate a chaotic result—somethin...
News: Tories arrogant over debates - Clegg
25 days ago - BBC News - UK
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg accuses the Conservatives of being "arrogant" in their attempt to "dictate the terms" of the proposed TV debates.
News: David Cameron’s many mansions
29 days ago - The Economist: Britain
THE VVIP picture gallery at the Neasden mandir, one of the biggest outside India, provides a record of British general elections. Shortly before the 1997 one, John Major an...
News: UK PM Brown To Host 1st Climate Finance Group Meeting Wednesday
52 days ago - Dow Jones Clean Technology Insight Alert
U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set Wednesday to host the first meeting of a high-level advisory group on climate finance and aims to take forward the Copenhagen agenda ah...
News: Scottish Labour proposes 'vow plus'
57 days ago - BBC News - Politics
Labour's Jim Murphy and Gordon Brown outline more welfare powers for Scotland in what they say is their "vow plus" plan.
News: VIDEO: Brown: 'The vow is a starting point'
Gordon Brown says the Labour party will deliver more powers to Holyrood to tackle unemployment and social injustice.
News: VIDEO: UKIP challenge to PM on election debates
70 days ago - BBC News - Politics
Mark Reckless faces noisy MPs as he challenges the prime minister over taking part in planned TV leaders' debates.
News: Politics and the media: Dodgy Dave
71 days ago - The Economist: Britain
Spot the ball BRITONS have admired America’s televised presidential debates since the first, between John F. Kennedy and a sweaty Richard Nixon, aired in 1960. But it took...
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