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The F Word

Image courtesy of David Gifford’s Photoblog @ http://www.davegifford.co.uk Has the recent debate on Scottish independence forced us to reconsider the case for a federal United Kingdom? The ‘Third Way’ might.

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Red Ed or Dead Ed: The Leader of the Opposition’s lack of communications nous has cost him dear

A look at Ed Miliband’s trial and tribulations at the beginning of 2012.

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Digital Economy Bill

Ged and myself have just finished contributing to Left Foot Forward, a political blog that aims to “provide evidence-based analysis on British politics, news and policy developments.” We have had.

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Queen’s Speech – Expert reaction

The Queen’s Speech, which took place last Wednesday, went as we predicted with proposals announced on fiscal responsibility, financial services, constitutional reform, education and energy amongst others. The Speech was.

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Why politicos shouldn’t fight online

I love the way new media and digital communications have become intertwined with political discussion. It will hopefully lead to a bright future of government, political debate, public interaction and.

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The mother of digital parliaments

The Internet has been changing every facet of modern life, even the mother of parliaments (at least to a certain extent anyway). An exact state of affairs at parliament would.

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Lib Dem Conference Analysis – Making big noises with bad messages…

The Lib Dem’s seaside conference The Lib Dem Conference this year seems to have been more exciting than usual. I am afraid to say that too often I have dismissed.

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Is Brown dithering, or is he getting bad advice?

Throughout his Premiership, Gordon Brown has been accused of dithering. First it was the will he, won’t he non-election decision way back in 2007. Since then he has been accused.

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The rise of technology has created ‘the political gaffe’ – just ask Alan Duncan

[flash http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTwAGmDLW4M] Winston Churchill, Benjamin Disraeli, the 14th Earl of Derby, Calvin Coolidge and Mahatma Gandhi have something in common. They all came from an era when their mistakes, blunders,.

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British MPs start to communicate

I was just pointed to a really interesting gallery on The Independent’s website titled Twitter’s speedy move to the centre of politics. The gallery is compiled with the help from.

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