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I have never felt that voting was so important. For many people, the result of this election could, quite literally, be a matter of life and death.
Statutory maternity pay may be axed, and incapacity benefit and housing benefit for under-25s removed if the Conservatives return to power.
People with disabilities or a long-term illness, having borne the brunt of welfare cuts in this Parliament, fear what will happen after the General Election.
Our co-director Jonathan Bartley is taking a short unpaid sabbatical from Ekklesia, starting at Easter and running until after the General Election.
Leaders’ Debates are always going to be unbearable on some level.
When George Osborne unveiled his budget last week, he claimed that after five years of the coalition, the economy was improving so much that we could consider the UK
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