Monthly Archives: May 2014

U.K.’s Cable Condemns Friend for Running Anti-Clegg Polls

U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable condemned his friend Matthew Oakeshott for conducting and then leaking polling that undermined the leader of their Liberal Democrat party, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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U.K.’s Clegg Refuses to Quit After EU and Local Votes

Published 1 hour, 18 minutes ago U.K. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg rejected calls to quit from some party activists and lawmakers after his Liberal Democrats narrowly avoided being wiped out in European Parliament elections yesterday.– Delivered b… Continue reading

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Cameron Says No Deal With UKIP Out to Destroy His Party

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Prime Minister David Cameron said he won’t enter into any pacts with the U.K. Independence Party ahead of national elections next year, saying the group led by Nigel Farage is out to “destroy” his Conservatives.

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UKIP Tops Poll in British European Election Results

The U.K. Independence Party, which wants to pull Britain out of the European Union, took first place in elections for the European Parliament, winning a national vote for the first time.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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Cameron and Miliband Both Struggle in U.K. Local Polls

Results from the U.K. local elections presented Prime Minister David Cameron and his Labour opponent, Ed Miliband, with the prospect that neither is on course for outright victory at next year’s general election.

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U.K. Government Creates New Level of Delay for Welfare Plan

The U.K.’s welfare reform program is so far behind schedule it’s been given its own category in the annual status review on the government’s biggest projects.

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Russia Says Prince’s Reported Putin Comments Outrageous

Russia described as “outrageous” reported comments by Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, comparing President Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.

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U.K. Double Vote Means Twice the Misery for Party Leaders

Britain goes to the polls today in local and European elections that may bring a weekend of misery for the leaders of all three main parties.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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Farage Fails to Show for UKIP Carnival as Steel Band Goes

The candidates were there, the press were there, even the steel band was there. All that was missing from the U.K. Independence Party’s “Carnival of Colour” was the party leader, Nigel Farage.

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Clegg Attacks UKIP ‘Narrow Nationalism’ as Farage Denies Racism

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will attack the “narrow nationalism” of the U.K. Independence Party as its leader faces a storm of criticism over remarks he made about Romanians.

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