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Church leaders and Christian agencies say they are disappointed that neither of the two biggest political parties have included a commitment to the Robin Hood Tax in their manifestos.
As the Green Party launches its 2010 general election manifesto today, the UK's biggest online bookmaker says its leader Caroline Lucas is odds-on favourite to win Brighton Pavilion.
The Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) have said that they offer an alternative to the “doom and gloom of mainstream parties”, after launching their manifesto for the UK general election.
The Serious Fraud Office remains under pressure over its controversial 'plea bargain' with the multinational arms company BAE Systems, despite the end of legal action.
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.
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