Monday 19 April 'ethics election' agenda and comment

By Press Office
April 19, 2010

Labour cabinet ministers in London for an emergency Cobra meeting on ongoing air chaos.

Conservative manifesto for Scotland launched.

Democratic Unionist Party publish manifesto

Nick Clegg addresses students at Cardiff University

10.30am Brown and Mandelson at Labour campaign event

2.00pm Health Secretary Andy Burnham expected to address the Unison health conference

2.15pm Shadow Foreign Secretary William Hague, Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Liberal Democrat spokesman Ed Davey in first Daily Politics election debate

18.30pm Stop Climate Chaos holds hustings in Lib Dem target seat of Islington South and Finsbury

Vote for Change constructing giant gallows from which an effigy of the Palace of Westminster will be hung.


Party leaders marked ‘World Poverty Day’ yesterday, but the issues are likley to disappear until the TV debate on Thursday, which will focus on foreign policy.

Dealing with ongoing air chaos is likely to dominate the news agenda.

Every day, Ekklesia will be setting out the election 'agenda' giving a slightly different take, in line with our 'ethics election' initiative. This will include highlighting what smaller parties are doing, some voices which are not being heard, and some issues which are not being highlighted. We will also draw attention to the values underlying the various positions. Check back as this is updated during the day

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