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RSS News, gossip and insight from PoliticsHome Editor Paul Waugh

The Royal Wedding and the AV vote: remember Wales

If - and it's a big if at present - the AV referendum goes ahead on May 5, what will be the impact of the Royal Wedding? At least one Yes to AV campaigner has suggested that their cause will be boosted by the Wills n ...

Cam Direct. Grieve Indirect

The result of tonight's vote on prisoner votes has never been in doubt. The Commons has overwhelmingly voted for the Straw-Davis motion. What was always going to be most interesting was the Government's response. D...

Bercow helps Cam

David Cameron has often made gags at John Bercow's expense. But today the Speaker looks like he is going to give Number 10 a bit of breathing space on prisoner votes. Two separate sources tell me that the Speaker i...

SureStart Cherry Pickers

Ed Mili went in hard today on cuts to Sure Start children's centres. The PM responded by chucking back a quote from the DayCare Trust and 4Children to back his case. Labour rightly pointed out that in fact the cash...

No.10 shifts on prisoner votes

David Cameron came under a barrage of friendly fire in PMQs. But on the issue of voting rights for prisoners, it felt to me like a significant shift in tone - and possibly in policy. Tackled by Tory MP Priti Patel ...

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