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Scottish Labour Row May Cost Miliband Dearly

news.sky.com — If Ed Miliband allowed himself to gloat over David Cameron being ambushed at the EU summit, and the Tories' battle with UKIP becoming even harder, he would have been foolish and even more out of touch than his critics claim he is. Margaret Thatcher famously said that "in politics, the unexpected always happens".
Oct 25, 2014

Read my analysis of why Labour's tartan turmoil after Johann Lamont resigned could spell trouble for Ed Miliband at news.sky.com/story/1360258/…

Clooney's In-Laws Stage Wedding Do In Bucks

news.sky.com — George Clooney and new wife Amal had the wedding of the year but it seems they are not ready to stop celebrating with another party planned in Buckinghamshire. Amal's parents, Baria and Ramzi Alamuddin, are believed to be hosting a party at Danesfield House Hotel near Marlow, Buckinghamshire, for guests who could not make the Italian ceremony.
Oct 25, 2014

RT @SiobhanRobbins: As the celebrations begin AGAIN..find out more about the Clooney party news.sky.com/story/1360253/…

Video: Blind Man Thrown On To Train Tracks

news.sky.com — Police have released "appalling" footage of a blind man being pushed on to a train track as his two attackers are jailed. CCTV images capture the moment the 31-year-old victim was shoved off the platform at Chelmsford station in Essex. One attacker then repeatedly punches the man, who is also profoundly deaf, as he tries to pull himself to safety.

Queen Of Twitter: Monarch Posts First Message

news.sky.com — The Queen has sent her first tweet during a visit to the Science Museum in London. Her Majesty formally opened the museum's new Information Age Galleries by tweeting through the @BritishMonarchy Twitter account, which was set up in 2009 and has 722,000 followers.