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The Green Party has accused ministers of waging a "war on young people" after they announced plans to send unemployed young people on three-week “boot camps”.
I am often cautious about making election forecasts, but when it comes to the Green Party, I’m unusually confident about my predictions.
Opponents of Trident have urged Ed Miliband to commit Labour to abolishing it. The calls came as he pledged support for Trident following a Conservative attack.
Lindsay Northover, a Liberal Democrat junior minister, began her remarks at a Quaker-organised hustings event yesterday by commenting on how few people go to hustings these days.
Despite weeks of refusing to budge it now looks as if BBC and ITV are set to expand the General Election 2015 party leader debates.
The National Health Action Party has welcomed a statement by the SNP that it would be ready to vote on English health laws and repeal privatisation at Westminster.
Westminster politicians have rejected a motion calling on the goverment not to renew the Trident nuclear weapons system.
Can a general election deliver meaningful political change in 2015? If not, how else can we campaign for a better society? Can we use the election to push the political narrative in unexpected directions?
Nigel Farage's smug grin is all over the media this morning. But the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have been defeated by a monster of their own creation.
In its response to the Budget statement, the Green Party of England and Wales says the Chancellor is ignoring the needs of ordinary citizens.