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  • Labour Party Leadership Election 2010
    will be run by the National Executive Committee and the results will be announced at the Labour Party annual conference in September 2010 Currently Harriet Harman is acting Labour Party Leader until after the leadership contest elects a new Labour Party leader Labour Party Leadership Candidates David Miliband MP for South Shields since 2001 and former Labour Foreign Secretary has support from at least 15 MPs Ed Miliband MP for Doncaster North since 2005 and former Labour Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Diane Abbott MP for Hackney North since 1987 she was the first black woman to be elected to the House of Commons wasn t until 1997 before a second black woman was elected Ed Balls MP for Normanton since 2005 and Morley and Outwood since 6 May 2010 and was the former Labour Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families Andy Burnham MP for Leigh since 2001 and was the former Labour Secretary of State for Health John McDonnell MP for Hayes and Harlington since 1997 and serves as Chair of the Socialist Campaign Group the Labour Representation Committee and the Public Services Not Private Profit Group The Labour party has extended the deadline for leadership nominations by 13 days to June 9th 2010 The Labour party leadership election results will be declared on September 25 2010 during the Labour Party Conference 2 responses to Labour Party Leadership Election 2010 Roger Hughes Comment on Labour Party Leadership Election 2010 Could you up date on dates and venues of candidate s visits to S E Wales Roger Hughes Reply to Comment Rob Comment on Labour Party Leadership Election 2010 I m backing the mature Ed Ed Balls The guy that s a real Labour man ready to be Labour leader without his mum in the

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  • Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition Government Agreement
    Bank of England control of macro prudential regulation and oversight of micro prudential regulation The parties also agree to rule out joining the European Single Currency during the duration of this agreement 5 Immigration We have agreed that there should be an annual limit on the number of non EU economic migrants admitted into the UK to live and work We will consider jointly the mechanism for implementing the limit We will end the detention of children for immigration purposes 6 Political Reform The parties agree to the establishment of five year fixed term parliaments A Conservative Liberal Democrat coalition government will put a binding motion before the House of Commons in the first days following this agreement stating that the next general election will be held on the first Thursday of May 2015 Following this motion legislation will be brought forward to make provision for fixed term parliaments of five years This legislation will also provide for dissolution if 55 or more of the House votes in favour The parties will bring forward a Referendum Bill on electoral reform which includes provision for the introduction of the Alternative Vote in the event of a positive result in the referendum as well as for the creation of fewer and more equal sized constituencies Both parties will whip their Parliamentary Parties in both Houses to support a simple majority referendum on the Alternative Vote without prejudice to the positions parties will take during such a referendum The parties will bring forward early legislation to introduce a power of recall allowing voters to force a by election where an MP was found to have engaged in serious wrongdoing and having had a petition calling for a by election signed by 10 of his or her constituents We agree to establish a committee to bring forward proposals for a wholly or mainly elected upper chamber on the basis of proportional representation The committee will come forward with a draft motions by December 2010 It is likely that this bill will advocate single long terms of office It is also likely there will be a grandfathering system for current Peers In the interim Lords appointments will be made with the objective of creating a second chamber reflective of the share of the vote secured by the political parties in the last general election The parties will bring forward the proposals of the Wright Committee for reform to the House of Commons in full starting with the proposed committee for management of programmed business and including government business within its scope by the third year of the Parliament The parties agree to reduce electoral fraud by speeding up the implementation of individual voter registration We have agreed to establish a commission to consider the West Lothian question The parties agree to the implementation of the Calman Commission proposals and the offer of a referendum on further Welsh devolution The parties will tackle lobbying through introducing a statutory register of lobbyists We also agree to pursue a detailed agreement on limiting donations and reforming party funding in order to remove big money from politics The parties will promote the radical devolution of power and greater financial autonomy to local government and community groups This will include a full review of local government finance 7 Pensions and Welfare The parties agree to phase out the default retirement age and hold a review to set the date at which the state pension age starts to rise to 66 although it will not be sooner than 2016 for men and 2020 for women We agree to end the rules requiring compulsory annuitisation at 75 We agree to implement the Parliamentary and Health Ombudsman s recommendation to make fair and transparent payments to Equitable Life policy holders through an independent payment scheme for their relative loss as a consequence of regulatory failure The parties agree to end all existing welfare to work programmes and to create a single welfare to work programme to help all unemployed people get back into work We agree that Jobseeker s Allowance claimants facing the most significant barriers to work should be referred to the aforementioned newly created welfare to work programme immediately not after 12 months as is currently the case We agree that Jobseeker s Allowance claimants aged under 25 should be referred to the programme after a maximum of six months The parties agree to realign contracts with welfare to work service providers to reflect more closely the results they achieve in getting people back into work We agree that the funding mechanism used by government to finance welfare to work programmes should be reformed to reflect the fact that initial investment delivers later savings in lower benefit expenditure We agree that receipt of benefits for those able to work should be conditional on the willingness to work 8 Education Schools We agree to promote the reform of schools in order to ensure that new providers can enter the state school system in response to parental demand that all schools have greater freedom over curriculum and that all schools are held properly accountable Higher education We await Lord Browne s final report into higher education funding and will judge its proposals against the need to increase social mobility take into account the impact on student debt ensure a properly funded university sector improve the quality of teaching advance scholarship and attract a higher proportion of students from disadvantaged backgrounds If the response of the Government to Lord Browne s report is one that Liberal Democrats cannot accept then arrangements will be made to enable Liberal Democrat MPs to abstain in any vote 9 Relations with the EU We agree that the British Government will be a positive participant in the European Union playing a strong and positive role with our partners with the goal of ensuring that all the nations of Europe are equipped to face the challenges of the 21st century global competitiveness global warming and global poverty We agree that

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  • 2010 General Election
    1 0 UKIP 0 0 0 0 917 832 3 1 0 9 BNP 0 0 0 0 563 743 1 9 1 2 SNP 6 0 0 0 491 386 1 7 0 1 Green Party 1 1 0 1 285 616 1 0 0 1 Sinn Féin Party 5 0 0 0 171 942 0 6 0 1 DUP 8 0 1 1 168 216 0 6 0 3 Plaid Cymru Party 3 1 0 1 165 394 0 6 0 1 SDLP 3 0 0 0 110 970 0 4 0 1 Conservatives and Unionists 0 0 1 1 102 361 0 3 0 1 Alliance Party 1 1 0 1 42 762 0 1 0 0 Respect Party 0 0 1 1 33 251 0 1 0 1 Independent Sylvia Hermon 1 1 0 1 21 181 0 1 na Health Concern Party 0 0 1 1 16 150 0 1 0 0 Blaenau Gwent People s Voice 0 0 1 1 6 458 0 0 0 1 Other Parties 0 0 0 0 247 711 1 2 There was a 65 1 turnout with 29 653 638 votes cast Above are all the parties that have MPs or lost MPs plus UKIP and the BNP due to their interest General Election 2010 Polls Take a look at Weekly General Election Poll Results to see how British people have voted in the above General Election Poll this week updated every Saturday until the election 2005 General Election Popular Vote Comparison Labour Party 35 3 Conservative Party 32 3 Liberal Democrats Party 22 1 UK Independence Party UKIP 2 2 Green Party 1 0 British National Party BNP 0 7 Plaid Cymru Party 0 6 I ve included the main political parties from the 2005 general election they are listed in the order from most votes The Labour Party to least votes The first percentage value in brackets is percentage of the popular vote for example the Labour Party received 35 3 of the popular vote The second percentage value is based on the number of votes from this general election poll The 2005 UK General Election Results Below is a list of the top 20 political parties ordered by popular vote from the 2005 general election only 12 of which gained parliamentary seats MPs Labour Party 356 MPs Conservative Party 198 MPs Liberal Democrat Party 62 MPs UKIP Party 0 MPs SNP Party 6 MPs Green Party 0 MPs Democratic Unionist Party 9 MPs BNP Party 0 MPs Plaid Cymru Party 3 MPs Sinn Féin Party 5 MPs Ulster Unionist Party 1 MP Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 MPs Independent Parties 1 MP Respect Party 1 MP Scottish Socialist Party 0 MPs Alliance Party 0 MPs Scottish Green Party 0 MPs Socialist Labour Party 0 MPs Liberal Party 0 MPs Health Concern Party 1 MP General Election 2010 Results How did you vote in the next General Election 2010 and are you happy with the

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  • 2010 General Election
    1 0 UKIP 0 0 0 0 917 832 3 1 0 9 BNP 0 0 0 0 563 743 1 9 1 2 SNP 6 0 0 0 491 386 1 7 0 1 Green Party 1 1 0 1 285 616 1 0 0 1 Sinn Féin Party 5 0 0 0 171 942 0 6 0 1 DUP 8 0 1 1 168 216 0 6 0 3 Plaid Cymru Party 3 1 0 1 165 394 0 6 0 1 SDLP 3 0 0 0 110 970 0 4 0 1 Conservatives and Unionists 0 0 1 1 102 361 0 3 0 1 Alliance Party 1 1 0 1 42 762 0 1 0 0 Respect Party 0 0 1 1 33 251 0 1 0 1 Independent Sylvia Hermon 1 1 0 1 21 181 0 1 na Health Concern Party 0 0 1 1 16 150 0 1 0 0 Blaenau Gwent People s Voice 0 0 1 1 6 458 0 0 0 1 Other Parties 0 0 0 0 247 711 1 2 There was a 65 1 turnout with 29 653 638 votes cast Above are all the parties that have MPs or lost MPs plus UKIP and the BNP due to their interest General Election 2010 Polls Take a look at Weekly General Election Poll Results to see how British people have voted in the above General Election Poll this week updated every Saturday until the election 2005 General Election Popular Vote Comparison Labour Party 35 3 Conservative Party 32 3 Liberal Democrats Party 22 1 UK Independence Party UKIP 2 2 Green Party 1 0 British National Party BNP 0 7 Plaid Cymru Party 0 6 I ve included the main political parties from the 2005 general election they are listed in the order from most votes The Labour Party to least votes The first percentage value in brackets is percentage of the popular vote for example the Labour Party received 35 3 of the popular vote The second percentage value is based on the number of votes from this general election poll The 2005 UK General Election Results Below is a list of the top 20 political parties ordered by popular vote from the 2005 general election only 12 of which gained parliamentary seats MPs Labour Party 356 MPs Conservative Party 198 MPs Liberal Democrat Party 62 MPs UKIP Party 0 MPs SNP Party 6 MPs Green Party 0 MPs Democratic Unionist Party 9 MPs BNP Party 0 MPs Plaid Cymru Party 3 MPs Sinn Féin Party 5 MPs Ulster Unionist Party 1 MP Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 MPs Independent Parties 1 MP Respect Party 1 MP Scottish Socialist Party 0 MPs Alliance Party 0 MPs Scottish Green Party 0 MPs Socialist Labour Party 0 MPs Liberal Party 0 MPs Health Concern Party 1 MP General Election 2010 Results How did you vote in the next General Election 2010 and are you happy with the

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  • 2010 General Election
    1 0 UKIP 0 0 0 0 917 832 3 1 0 9 BNP 0 0 0 0 563 743 1 9 1 2 SNP 6 0 0 0 491 386 1 7 0 1 Green Party 1 1 0 1 285 616 1 0 0 1 Sinn Féin Party 5 0 0 0 171 942 0 6 0 1 DUP 8 0 1 1 168 216 0 6 0 3 Plaid Cymru Party 3 1 0 1 165 394 0 6 0 1 SDLP 3 0 0 0 110 970 0 4 0 1 Conservatives and Unionists 0 0 1 1 102 361 0 3 0 1 Alliance Party 1 1 0 1 42 762 0 1 0 0 Respect Party 0 0 1 1 33 251 0 1 0 1 Independent Sylvia Hermon 1 1 0 1 21 181 0 1 na Health Concern Party 0 0 1 1 16 150 0 1 0 0 Blaenau Gwent People s Voice 0 0 1 1 6 458 0 0 0 1 Other Parties 0 0 0 0 247 711 1 2 There was a 65 1 turnout with 29 653 638 votes cast Above are all the parties that have MPs or lost MPs plus UKIP and the BNP due to their interest General Election 2010 Polls Take a look at Weekly General Election Poll Results to see how British people have voted in the above General Election Poll this week updated every Saturday until the election 2005 General Election Popular Vote Comparison Labour Party 35 3 Conservative Party 32 3 Liberal Democrats Party 22 1 UK Independence Party UKIP 2 2 Green Party 1 0 British National Party BNP 0 7 Plaid Cymru Party 0 6 I ve included the main political parties from the 2005 general election they are listed in the order from most votes The Labour Party to least votes The first percentage value in brackets is percentage of the popular vote for example the Labour Party received 35 3 of the popular vote The second percentage value is based on the number of votes from this general election poll The 2005 UK General Election Results Below is a list of the top 20 political parties ordered by popular vote from the 2005 general election only 12 of which gained parliamentary seats MPs Labour Party 356 MPs Conservative Party 198 MPs Liberal Democrat Party 62 MPs UKIP Party 0 MPs SNP Party 6 MPs Green Party 0 MPs Democratic Unionist Party 9 MPs BNP Party 0 MPs Plaid Cymru Party 3 MPs Sinn Féin Party 5 MPs Ulster Unionist Party 1 MP Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 MPs Independent Parties 1 MP Respect Party 1 MP Scottish Socialist Party 0 MPs Alliance Party 0 MPs Scottish Green Party 0 MPs Socialist Labour Party 0 MPs Liberal Party 0 MPs Health Concern Party 1 MP General Election 2010 Results How did you vote in the next General Election 2010 and are you happy with the

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  • 2010 General Election
    1 0 UKIP 0 0 0 0 917 832 3 1 0 9 BNP 0 0 0 0 563 743 1 9 1 2 SNP 6 0 0 0 491 386 1 7 0 1 Green Party 1 1 0 1 285 616 1 0 0 1 Sinn Féin Party 5 0 0 0 171 942 0 6 0 1 DUP 8 0 1 1 168 216 0 6 0 3 Plaid Cymru Party 3 1 0 1 165 394 0 6 0 1 SDLP 3 0 0 0 110 970 0 4 0 1 Conservatives and Unionists 0 0 1 1 102 361 0 3 0 1 Alliance Party 1 1 0 1 42 762 0 1 0 0 Respect Party 0 0 1 1 33 251 0 1 0 1 Independent Sylvia Hermon 1 1 0 1 21 181 0 1 na Health Concern Party 0 0 1 1 16 150 0 1 0 0 Blaenau Gwent People s Voice 0 0 1 1 6 458 0 0 0 1 Other Parties 0 0 0 0 247 711 1 2 There was a 65 1 turnout with 29 653 638 votes cast Above are all the parties that have MPs or lost MPs plus UKIP and the BNP due to their interest General Election 2010 Polls Take a look at Weekly General Election Poll Results to see how British people have voted in the above General Election Poll this week updated every Saturday until the election 2005 General Election Popular Vote Comparison Labour Party 35 3 Conservative Party 32 3 Liberal Democrats Party 22 1 UK Independence Party UKIP 2 2 Green Party 1 0 British National Party BNP 0 7 Plaid Cymru Party 0 6 I ve included the main political parties from the 2005 general election they are listed in the order from most votes The Labour Party to least votes The first percentage value in brackets is percentage of the popular vote for example the Labour Party received 35 3 of the popular vote The second percentage value is based on the number of votes from this general election poll The 2005 UK General Election Results Below is a list of the top 20 political parties ordered by popular vote from the 2005 general election only 12 of which gained parliamentary seats MPs Labour Party 356 MPs Conservative Party 198 MPs Liberal Democrat Party 62 MPs UKIP Party 0 MPs SNP Party 6 MPs Green Party 0 MPs Democratic Unionist Party 9 MPs BNP Party 0 MPs Plaid Cymru Party 3 MPs Sinn Féin Party 5 MPs Ulster Unionist Party 1 MP Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 MPs Independent Parties 1 MP Respect Party 1 MP Scottish Socialist Party 0 MPs Alliance Party 0 MPs Scottish Green Party 0 MPs Socialist Labour Party 0 MPs Liberal Party 0 MPs Health Concern Party 1 MP General Election 2010 Results How did you vote in the next General Election 2010 and are you happy with the

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  • What is Racism?
    When it comes to the BNP people ought to look up the different meaning of the words fascists nazis patriots and nationalists labour and the cons have been in wars all over the world with the usa The BNP claim to want to pull troops out of foreign wars When it comes to taking over the world look what we have in power now Reply to Comment Dee Comment on Are the BNP Racists Poll What do you lot know you aint of the Ethnic group The BNP and completely Racist and always will be and one more thing Out with Brown he is RUBBISH Reply to Comment TRUE BLOOD WINS Comment on BNP Racism You ethnics do get your knickers in a twist After reading all the posts its seems that the people behind the anti BNP comments use the most fowl offensive and disgusting language HENCE the saying you all have a bloody chip on your shoulder Swallow a dictionary and expand your vocabulary before you even think that you are BRITSH Reply to Comment Cherikee Jules Comment on What is Racism I am mixed race and my mum is on the dole but I was born in Britain1 I dont believe ANYONE should be deported they have worked hard over here why must they suffer because some people cant be bovered to get up of there lazy a sses and get a qualification My mum has mental health problems as to why she cannot work at the moment but soon she will be okay she has done courses and I will help her tp work I think BMP should such A SSSSSS and anyone that supports the BMP might as well be nazies I HATEEEEE RACIST PEOPLE so to all bnp Kisss my mixed race A SS TRY AN DEPRT ME hahahahahha Reply to Comment What is Racialism JOHN WALKER Comment on What is Racialism ITS BNP YOU IGNORANT KNOB Reply to Comment Roger Simpson Comment on What is Racism I am university educated I don t use fowl language not educated in spelling though are you I think you will find you spell it foul Sorry you fail don t believe you you are just pretending Reply to Comment True Blood Wins Comment on What is Racialism Going to University means F all in this country They obviously don t give out a sense of humour there Efnics Reply to Comment Jimmy Coltrain Comment on Are the BNP Racists Poll I think that all non Brits what are on the dole should leave the country and go back to there original cuntry And every qualified Brit should be given the job of a foreign person what s spunging state allowances and the forren worker should be sent home with his family to help them out over there where him came from In the long run with all the kwollifide workers what have gone back their country they will make it a better place and they won

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  • BNP Racism?
    them as they are our own Reply to Comment Dirty little muslims in Tower Hamlets R Gardiner Comment on What about Foreign Aid to India What about Foreign Aid to India Why cant debaters understand the 1 issue of racism is such a waste of time What about Foreign Aid do you like handing over millions to India to make nuclear weapons Do you like funding new schools and training programmes for students in South Africa which is a wealthy country with tons of resources and tons of corruption no wonder they need our money Do you like giving millions away with a deficit of 2 trillions pounds on your own backs to pay for I could go on and on but its enough to point out that the BNP PARTY have many many more policies to get engaged about rather than skin colour Check out the BNP articles on overpopulation and the link to ecology check out the very much researched stats on the results of OVERPOPULATION in the UK and what the future of that means Reply to Comment What about Foreign Aid to India skk Comment on BNP Against Muslims BNP Against Muslims i guess bnp isnt a racist he is just against muslims i can not wait till he starts to take multicultural members which should include muslims too David you have all bnp supporters here i am jus glad that ur website votes will not be included in the election if it did we all be doomed Reply to Comment David Law Comment on Hatred Towards Muslims Islam from the BNP Hatred Towards Muslims Islam from the BNP I ve noticed the hatred towards Muslims Islam from the BNP it doesn t feel right even if extremists are a problem The kick them all out approach isn t an appropriate response to a minority of nutters Yes there s a LOT of BNP supporters posting here I believe strongly in free speech and democracy and this is democracy in action the BNP supporters are trying to make a difference whether you agree with them or not it results in productive discussions I wish everyone was so active in politics as the BNP supporters are imagine what could be achieved David Law Reply to Comment Hatred Towards Muslims Islam from the BNP G Curtis Rosie G Comment on Islam will not tolerate Christianity Islam will not tolerate Christianity David I ve noticed the hatred towards Muslims Islam from the BNP it doesn t feel right even if extremists are a problem The extremists are not the problem they can be caught and arrested It is the normal everyday nice muslims that are the threat to our people and our nation Will you please take some time to study their religious doctrines Sharia law and the Koran You will find as we have stated many times that the religion culture of Islam is intolerant of all others especially Christianity and is quite incapable of integrating Calls for the introduction of Sharia law are often reported in our media Sharia law is incompatible with Christianity and the law of this land There is no compromise with Islam that Islam will accept unless the compromise is to their advantage As a Christian nation we are inspired to be tolerant of others BUT Islam will not tolerate Christianity any longer than it has to If we do not stem the flow of Islam into this country we will all be lost You can continue in ignorance and disbelief if you wish but we have jointly decided that your little forum is rather a waste of time We will not be posting again Vote BNP Mr Mrs G Curtis Reply to Comment Islam will not tolerate Christianity phil Comment on What is Racialism there is no hatred to muslims or any race from the BNP we just want illegal immigrants sent home and extremeist supporters banned from living here nothin racist about that just being sensible The BNP policies stand out better above any of the other parties especially the liblabcons who av wrecked this once grt britian sold us out to europe allowing for too many immigrants in to an aready overcrowded small nation what idiots BNP is the best vote you will ever make and one you will never ever regret making Reply to Comment What is Racism Dara Comment on What is Racism the problem is that the Muslims are not a minority of nutters They are rapidly breeding invader usurpers allowed four concubines per married male each having 5 7 children for which the British taxpayers pays dearly Their visible leaders have declared jihad on britain and the British way of life As well as bullies like Lord Achmed who got 12 weeks for vehicular homicide and the Finsbury Mosque hate mongers and the murderers of Kriss Donald and other white kids there are thousands of petty even dangerous incidents of a personal nature occurring every day in Britain My friend was driven out of a nice area of Bournemouth after two well dressed Muslim of no apparent employment moved next door and started pelting her dog from an upstairs window There were Asians only signs on petrol pumps in Bradford during the oil shortage and so on ad nauseum When they rally to protect their ghastly wife beating child molesting lifestyle Check the Koran and Surahs does the far left scream racist at them The British National Party is the only party representing British interests industry finances traditions arts literature land country wildlife wetlands honour and people It was BNP s Martin Barnbrook who broke the Expenses story It was BNP s British Jobs for British Workers that Labour stole along with other well examined policies which they usurped but only to pay lip service Westminster needs a clean out Otherwise Britain will turn like its occupied cities into a wasteland of rubble Reply to Comment What is Racialism Sarah Comment on Are the BNP Racists

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