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Head of Scottish Labour Quits, Criticising Westminster Leadership   - 3 Hours ago
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband applauds Scottish Labour Party leader Johann Lamont during Labour's annual conference in Manchester, northern England September 22, 2014. Darren Staples/Reuters
  
    



Canada: Loss Restriction Rule Update For Investment Funds - Torys LLP   - 3 Hours ago
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TONY BLAIR: 'Ed Miliband will lose 2015 general election'   - 3 Hours ago
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has reportedly said Labour leader Ed Miliband will not win the 2015 general election because the party has failed to persuade the county is is fit to govern. According
  
    



Brown Tipped As New Leader Of Scottish Labour   - 3 Hours ago
Speculation has begun over who will replace Johann Lamont after the Scottish Labour Party leader quit with an attack on Westminster colleagues who made her position "untenable". Ms Lamont accused some
  
    



England batsman Eoin Morgan believes Ireland won't follow Wales in joining cricket   - 12 Hours ago
Irish-born England batsman Eoin Morgan does not believe Cricket Ireland would want to follow the same path as Wales and link up with the English cricket board because the governing body has fought hard
  
    



British PM David Cameron furious over surprise $3b EU bill   - 13 Hours ago
Brussels: In a vivid display of fury at European Union technocrats, British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to pay a surprise €2.1 billion ($3 billion) bill as EU leaders ordered an urgent review
  
    


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02:14 David Cameron vows to defy European Union on 'unacceptable' £1.7bn...   - 14 Hours ago
David Cameron was battling a Euro crisis on several fronts last night after he vowed to defy a 1 December deadline for Britain to make a surprise £1.7bn extra payment to the European Union.
  
    



David Cameron vows to defy European Union on 'unacceptable' £1.7bn cash demand   - 14 Hours ago
David Cameron was battling a Euro crisis on several fronts last night after he vowed to defy a 1 December deadline for Britain to make a surprise £1.7bn extra payment to the European Union.
  
    



02:38 'We won't pay,' furious Cameron tells EU over surprise bill   - 14 Hours ago
Eurosceptics at home branded the EU a "thirsty vampire" for seeking an additional, immediate sum worth a seventh of London's annual payment following a major statistical review of national incomes. Cameron
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UK MPs receive thousands in perks   - 15 Hours ago
A recent report shows that British MPs have received hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of VIP tickets and foreign trips. According to an analysis of the current register of the interests of the MPs
  
    



Miliband will win election - Blair   - 3 Hours ago
Tony Blair has insisted Ed Miliband "can and will" win the general election after reports that he had expressed doubts at a private meeting. The former prime minister was said to have suggested David
  
    



Brown backed for Scots Labour post   - 3 Hours ago
Speculation has begun over who will replace Johann Lamont after the Scottish Labour Party leader quit with an attack on Westminster colleagues who made her position "untenable". Ms Lamont accused some
  
    


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Ladbrokes: Anas Sarwar 2/1 favourite to be next Scottish Labour party leader - Kezia   - 3 Hours ago
Saturday 25th October 2014 | 11:49 Labrokes press release *Sarwar favoured to become permanent Scottish Labour leader* ANAS SARWAR is the favourite to replace Johann Lamont according to Ladbrokes.
  
    



Tuesday Saw UK Wind Farms Generate More Energy Than Nuclear   - 3 Hours ago
Wind farms are a controversial topic , there's no denying that. That being said there is some evidence that there is the potential to generate a significant amount of energy from the wind, because on
  
    



Gordon Brown Tipped As New Leader Of Scottish Labour After Johann Lamont's Shock   - 3 Hours ago
Speculation has begun over who will replace Johann Lamont after the Scottish Labour Party leader quit with an attack on Westminster colleagues who made her position "untenable". Ms Lamont accused some
  
    



Jews should think twice about supporting the Tories   - 4 Hours ago
<br> I’m sure you’ve heard it before: our community is becoming increasingly one-issue oriented. <br>Privately or publicly, explicitly or implicitly, at some point, somebody ...
  
    



Gadgets contest to help disabled The Government has launched a Dragons' Den style   - 10 Hours ago
The Government has launched a Dragons' Den style competition to encourage British entrepreneurs to create gadgets to help disabled people. Disabled people and their families have a spending power of more
  
    



Angry Cameron refuses EU demand for 1.7bn pounds by Dec 1   - 11 Hours ago
Uzbekistan News.Net Friday 24th October, 2014 BRUSSELS, Belgium - Prime Minister David Cameron Friday angrily hit out at the European Union Commission over its demand for 1.7 billion pounds the United
  
    



Cameron dismisses demand of 1.7 bn pounds for EU budget   - 12 Hours ago
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Prime Minister David Cameron Friday angrily hit out at the European Union Commission over its demand for 1.7 billion pounds the United Kingdom was asked to pay by the deadline of ...
  
    



Cameron vows not to pay new British EU bill   - 12 Hours ago
It renews questions over Britain's vexed membership of the 28-member EU. Brussels (AFP) - David Cameron furiously rejected a demand from Brussels for more than two billion euros in backdated charges
  
    



Christian school claims it faces closure for failing to invite imams to assembly   - 12 Hours ago
Trinity Christian School said to be failing new 'Trojan Horse' requirements Not meeting ‘spiritual, moral, social and cultural development’ of pupils Ofsted say they must ‘actively’ promote other faiths
  
    



George Osborne failed to tell David Cameron about EU bill   - 12 Hours ago
cture: AFP London. George Osborne failed to tell David Cameron about Britain's £1.7 billion bill from the European Union, it has emerged, The Telegraph reports. The Chancellor found out about Brussels’
  
    



Tony Blair thinks Tories will win election as Ed Miliband has failed to connect   - 12 Hours ago
Former PM has apparently said Labour leader ‘cannot beat’ Cameron Mr Blair’s office said story was ‘absurd’ and that he believes Labour can win Polls have shown Labour’s lead over the Tories narrow to
  
    



UK Government relaxes tough Chinese visa rules   - 12 Hours ago
Last month Home Secretary Theresa May announced that visitors from China can use the European Schengen visa when changing planes at UK airports. Previously Chinese tourists travelling to Europe with
  
    



Cameron after EU summit: “deep frustrations and anger at the way in which we have   - 12 Hours ago
The EU summit has just ended, with David Cameron venting publicly his discontent at the way in which he has been pressured into accepting a supplementary contribution of two billion to the EU’s budget,
  
    
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