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Labour 'Listened Far Too Late' To Scots' Anger

news.sky.com — Labour's leader in Scotland says the party listened far too late to the anger of the country's voters, but that it had changed after getting the message "loud and clear". Jim Murphy spoke to Sky News hours ahead of the publication of polling likely to show Labour trailing the Scottish National Party in a battery of the marginal seats.

In The Margins: Voters' Doubts Over Housing

news.sky.com — Sky's Joey Jones is travelling the country looking at the issues that matter to voters in some of the marginal constituencies. Here he focuses on concerns about housing in Thurrock, Essex, one of the 150 seats that could play a deciding role in May's General Election.

In The Margins: Crucial Election Battlegrounds

news.sky.com — Sky's Joey Jones is travelling the country looking at the issues that matter to voters in some of the marginal constituencies. Here he focuses on concerns about housing in Thurrock, Essex, one of the 150 seats that could play a deciding role in May's General Election.

Cosby Stays Quiet Amid Assault Allegations

news.sky.com — Comedian Bill Cosby is coming under increasing pressure over allegations of rape. Suggestions the former star of The Cosby Show might have been guilty of sexually assaulting a number of women in the past have long swirled in the background, but a number of factors have now conspired to bring the allegations to the forefront of public debate.

Navy SEAL Describes Moment He Shot Bin Laden

news.sky.com — Former US Navy Seal Robert O'Neill has described the moment he shot and killed Osama bin Laden. The ex-serviceman was one of the fabled Seal Team 6 that carried out the 2011 raid on the Al Qaeda figurehead's home in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

UKIP On Course To Bruise Labour And Tories

news.sky.com — Getting a directly elected MP into Westminster for the first time, as UKIP surely will in the form of Douglas Carswell in Clacton-on-Sea, ranks as a sizeable tremor on the party's earthquake scale. However, it lacks the one element that sows terror in the hearts of UKIP's political opponents - shock value.

PM's Pledge For Seven-Day Access To GPs

news.sky.com — David Cameron will guarantee every NHS patient access to a GP seven days a week by 2020 under plans to be unveiled at the Conservative Party conference. The Prime Minister is expected to announce a £100m spending boost to improve access to family doctors should the Tories win next year's election.

Extremist Groups Targeted By New Measures

news.sky.com — Theresa May is due to outline new powers at the Conservative party conference aimed at cracking down on dangerous extremists. She will tell delegates that the Home Office will drive through a new cross-governmental counter extremism strategy. Currently, the Home Office shares responsibility with the Department for Communities and Local Government.

UKIP Defections: PM Did Too Little, Too Late

news.sky.com — Nigel Farage and UKIP are attempting to step up from a party of protest to genuine contenders in four-party politics. After the European elections in May, they could legitimately claim to have done that, having topped the poll with 27.5% of the vote.

UKIP Defection Timed For Maximum Damage

news.sky.com — The Conservative MP for Rochester and Strood, Mark Reckless, has announced he is defecting to UKIP. The Tory backbencher made the announcement to rapturous applause from delegates at the UKIP party conference in Doncaster. He said he would resign his seat in Parliament, triggering a by-election in which he intended to stand for the party.
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Feb 28, 2015

@bbcnickrobinson v best of competitors, unfailingly generous + brimming with ideas. Look forward to seeing u back soon, nick.

Feb 27, 2015

Tweaking interest rates for high earners; pensions tax changes; boosting maintenance grant for poorer students. Quite fiddly, isn't it?

Feb 27, 2015

RT @faisalislam: I ask if this is a cast iron red line promise even in a post election deal: miliband says "yes. Yes. Yes". Senior LibDems say it won't be,

Feb 27, 2015

@chrisshipitv completely fooled me there. don't know if same was true about @Ed_Miliband

Feb 27, 2015

@Ed_Miliband saying he will keep his promise on tuition fees effectively makes it a red line for any future coalition-style negotiations.

Feb 27, 2015

RT @tamisky_says: Perplexed by #TheDress -the fab Dr Stockman from #UCL has sent me this. Same colours but they look different pic.twitter.com/pJBzax5Y2X

Feb 27, 2015

Even if you accept @vincecable critique of Lab tuition fees plan, not sure Libdems would want that particular issue to dominate campaign.

Feb 24, 2015

@KeithBurrowes ha! Was a struggle. Got there in the end. Hope we kept you entertained!

Feb 24, 2015

@gabslefaber personally I don't think greens need all these intricate policies. But if go down that road, have to be prepared for questions.

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