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  • FCO's social media spending revealed

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has spent nearly £100,000 since 2010 on social media training for staff. The figures, released to the Telegraph under freedom of information, show that the FCO spent £92,574 on courses, including ‘using social media in a crisis situation’, while £5,400 had also been spent since since 2...

Conservative Party

Electoral Commission statement on the CBI Scotland's annual dinner

  Electoral Commission press release Electoral Commission statement on the CBI Scotland’s annual dinner An Electoral Commission spokesperson said: “We are o...

Gossip & Rumour

Zac Goldsmith: I won't stand as a candidate for Mayor of London

Zac Goldsmith ruled himself out of the Mayor of London, saying he still had a lot to do on the backbenches.  "This has never been any kind of conspiracy, any kind...

Green Party

Caroline Lucas: The Government has something to hide on fracking

Caroline Lucas accused the Government of hiding crucial bits of information on the dangers of fracking, following a report into the impact of shale gas drilling, whi...

Labour Party

Labour minister hires 'eco Bank Holiday' proponent

Labour’s Maria Eagle has brought in a man who once proposed an ‘eco Bank Holiday’ as her new adviser. The Shadow Environment Secretary hired former Greenpeace emp...

Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats to triple early years pupil premium - David Laws

Liberal Democrats to triple early years pupil premium - Laws The Liberal Democrats will more than triple investment in the early years pupil premium from £300 to £...

Opinion Polls

YouGov Daily Briefing 22/08/2014

LATEST POLLING Our latest polling for The Sun shows voting intention figures of CON 33%, LAB 38%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 12%, a five point lead for the Labour Party. -A f...

Parliament

Nigel Evans: Bercow should listen to MPs opposing Clerk role

Nigel Evans said that he thinks the Commons should be able to vet John Bercow's controversial appointment of Commons Clerk, and that he hopes Mr Bercow will listen t...

Plaid Cymru

Leanne Wood: We’re taking a different route to get to the same point as Scotland

Leanne Wood insisted Welsh independence was Plaid Cymru's long-term aim, but admitted her party was not actively pursuing this goal at the present time. “We do wa...

Political & Constitutional reform

Jack Dromey: PCC election was a shambles

Jack Dromey called today's PCC elections a "fiasco" and a "shambles". "Lessons need to be learnt from the fiasco today. Theresa May is responsible for a shambles ...

Political System

SNP: UK Government slammed for House of Lords expansion

SNP press release The Scottish National Party has slammed the UK government for the appointment of 22 new peers to the House of Lords, which brings the total numb...

Public Administration

Cabinet Office: New map invites people to challenge the Government over under-used property

Cabinet Office press release New map invites people to challenge the Government over under-used property People will now be able to access locations of governme...

SNP

Better Together: debate reaction

A press release from Better Together: *Commenting after tonight's debate, Better Together Campaign Director Blair McDougall said:* "Before Alex Salmond started...

UKIP

Nigel Farage: no complacency from me, it's going to be difficult

Nigel Farage said there is "not one ounce of complacency from me" after he was selected to stand in the South Thanet seat for Ukip at next year's general election. ...

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