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As the latest opinion polls show a narrowing election lead for the Tories, political reform campaigners are launching a bold "Hang 'Em - until they change" initiative.
Scottish National Party leader and First Minister Alex Salmond will seek to pre-empt the first-ever General Election TV leaders' debate with a UK-wide broadcast.
The church needs to learn to listen more as well as giving advice when it comes to supporting people considering suicide, a senior Kirk minister has claimed.
The Lib Dem manifesto to be launched tomorrow will feature 'Four Steps to a Fairer Britain'
Plaid Cymru have launched their general election manifesto with an insistence that protection for the vulnerable is a political priority that other parties are ignoring.
The Conservative Party look set to fail in their determination to stand a candidate in every constituency in the UK, as their Ulster Unionist allies have done a deal with a rival party.
The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) have launched their manifesto with commitments to right-wing free-market economics, a freeze on immigration and heavy cuts in public services.
David Cameron has been left facing an embarrassing situation today, following the launch of the Conservative manifesto, which makes no reference to religion, faith, faith schools or the contribution of church or other religious groups to society.
The political parties are being challenged over populist anti-migration policies and rhetoric by business leaders, clergy and human rights campaigners.
William Hague says Tory 'free school' policy means "having faith" in parents, but critics say it may make education prey to special interest groups and extremists.
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