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Thursday 29 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

Thursday 29 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

9:30am Nick Clegg in a Q&A with students at South Birmingham college

1.00pm SNP Leader Alex Salmond press conference on economic policy

8:30pm Final prime ministerial debate on BBC1

10:35pm Question Time live with Ed Balls, Vince Cable, Alex Salmond, Janet Street Porter and a fifth panellist still to be confirmed

Press Roundup Thursday 29 April 2010

Press Roundup Thursday 29 April 2010

A selection of stories from today's press and other media that relate to Ekklesia's work, produced daily by James Vincent and covering papers such as The Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, and the tabloids.

Press Roundup Wednesday 28 April 2010

Press Roundup Wednesday 28 April 2010

A selection of stories from today's press and other media that relate to Ekklesia's work, produced daily by James Vincent and covering papers such as The Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, and the tabloids.

Wednesday 28 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

Wednesday 28 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

8:30am Labour press conference. Alan Johnson, Peter Mandelson and John Denham on plans for 'safer communities'.

Press Roundup Tuesday 27 April 2010

Press Roundup Tuesday 27 April 2010

A selection of stories from today's press and other media that relate to Ekklesia's work, produced daily by James Vincent and covering papers such as The Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, and the tabloids.

Ethics election poll watch: Three main parties closer than ever

Ethics election poll watch: Three main parties closer than ever

Three new polls out today show how close the race is now between the three biggest parties - with only 4- 5% between them.

Tuesday 27 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

Tuesday 27 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

9:30am Peter Mandelson, Ed Balls and work and pensions secretary, Yvette Cooper, hold press conference at Labour HQ in London

9:30am European anti-poverty network England (London branch) and Salvation Army host a conference on Seeds of Inclusion

9:30am Scottish education secretary Michael Russell at the University of West of Scotland to sign the NUS Student Pledge

Nick Clegg to outline plans for the NHS, including giving nurses more decision-making power

10.00am David Cameron to discuss ways of fixing "Britain's broken society" at event organised by Centre for Social Justice at church.co.uk

10:00am SNP expected to start legal proceedings today against the BBC over exclusion from prime ministerial TV debates, with SNP Deputy Leader Nicola Sturgeon lodging papers at Court of Session, Edinburgh

10:50am BBC broadcasts 12 regional debates

11:00am Ed Balls, David Willetts and David Laws debate policy regarding disadvantaged children and families

Gordon Brown to warn that children will bear the brunt of Conservative and Lib Dem cuts

2:15pm Peter Mandelson, Ken Clarke, John Thurso and John Swinney for the SNP go head to head in Daily Politics debate live on BBC2

2:30pm Nick Clegg addresses Royal College of Nursing annual conference in Bournemouth

Conservatives will screen party election broadcast against 'hung parliament party'

Monday 26 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

Monday 26 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

10.00am Gordon Brown in Bournemouth addresing Royal College of Nursing conference.

10:30am Plaid Cymru press conference.

11.00am Ed Balls speaks at UNISON's school staff conference.

12.45pm Vince Cable meets ex-workers of Corus steelworks in Redcar.

12.45pm Nick Clegg visit tidal power unit in Aberdeen.

1.00pm Bob Ainsworth sets out "Labour Party View of UK Defence Policy" at Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Whitehall.

2.00pm - Daily Politics live election debate on environment with Ed Miliband, Greg Clark, Simon Hughes and Darren Johnson for the Greens. Andrew Neil and Newsnight's Justin Rowlatt.

SNP leader Alex Salmond joins actor and comedienne Elaine C Smith at a public meeting in Inverurie.

Press Roundup Monday 26 April 2010

Press Roundup Monday 26 April 2010

A selection of stories from today's press and other media that relate to Ekklesia's work, produced daily by James Vincent and covering papers such as The Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, and the tabloids.

Ethics election poll watch: Hung parliament on cards as race tightens but 'others' losing ground (ComRes)

Ethics election poll watch: Hung parliament on cards as race tightens but 'others' losing ground (ComRes)

The ComRes poll for tomorrow's Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror shows a tighter race between the big 3 parties, but has 'others' losing ground significantly:

Con 34% (-1)
Lib Dem 29% (+2)
Lab 28% (+3)
Other 9% (-4)

(compared with most recent ComRes poll published 21 April)

This leaves the Conservatives short by 55 of a majority on www.electoralcalculus.co.uk as follows:

Con 271
Lab 254
LD 93