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Roll-up, roll-up it’s conference time again…and don’t forget your briefs
16 Nov 2010 – 12:50
Roll-up, roll-up it’s conference time again…and don’t forget your briefs

By Quentin Letts, a columnist with the Daily Mail

So farewell then Brighton and Bournemouth, as Private Eye’s poet EJ Thribb (17) might put it. The south coast has been dumped. This year’s party conference season …

A blood and sword conference season
16 Nov 2010 – 12:35
A blood and sword conference season

By Paul Routledge, a columnist for the Daily Mirror and Tribune magazine

Not since David Cameron took his party by storm in Blackpool to win the leadership five years ago has the conference season …

No seaside sweets but plenty of delights in store
16 Nov 2010 – 12:24
No seaside sweets but plenty of delights in store

By Laura Kuenssberg, Chief Political Correspondent, BBC News Channel

There will be no stiff seaside breezes this year, no fish and chips, no teeth rotting rock. None of the three main political parties will …

Ending immunity in the Democratic Republic of Congo
01 Nov 2010 – 09:55
Ending immunity in the Democratic Republic of Congo

By Veronique De Keyser MEP
A sexual genocide continues to be perpetrated in the Democratic Republic of Congo and with complete impunity.
The United Nations revealed that 1,244 women were raped during the first three …

Labour’s achievements on reducing crime are now under threat
13 Oct 2010 – 09:48
Labour’s achievements on reducing crime are now under threat

By Alan Johnson MP, Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department

In less than one hundred days the new Home Secretary has managed to jeopardise important measures that strengthen the police’s ability to cut …

A home-brewed Scottish delight enjoyed across the world
27 Sep 2010 – 10:03
A home-brewed Scottish delight enjoyed across the world

By David Urquhart, Joint Managing Director of Gordon & MacPhail

Located in the city and Royal Burgh of Elgin, Scotland, is the family owned and managed firm of Gordon & MacPhail.   Established in 1895, Gordon …

The Coalition on trial
27 Sep 2010 – 10:01
The Coalition on trial

By Jon Craig, Chief Political Correspondent, Sky News
The first party conferences after a general election are a time for celebration, re-grouping and – for the losers – inquests and recriminations.
This year is a little different, …