Watford sees outbreak of very civil war

ELECTION HUSTING. Beechen Grove Baptist Church, Watford. 23/4/15. Watford is a Lib/Con/Lab marginal. Dorothy Thornhill, Lib Dem. Richard Harrington, Con. Matt Turmaine, Lab.
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Matthew Engel at the hustings in three-way marginal

Cameron accused of breaking pledge to Scots

Sturgeon attacks PM over ‘direct breach’ of devolution promises

Deputy Prime minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, talks to the FT on a train to his constituency in Sheffield.
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Clegg: no Labour pact if it involves SNP

Labour consumed by ‘frothing bile’ towards Lib Dems

Deputy Prime minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, talks to the FT on a train to his constituency in Sheffield.
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Clegg clears hurdles to new Con-Lib deal

Deputy PM shows flexibility on EU referendum to woo Tories

Miliband looks to Obama’s poll blueprint

Labour leader’s inner circle inspired by US politics

Election promises that fail to convince

If they want fiscal credibility, the Tories must show their workings

Jonathan McHugh illustration
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This is no time for the Tories to panic

National campaigns can be tweaked, but they have little impact on the election result

Cameron slams Miliband on migrant remarks

PM says words raise doubts over Miliband’s suitability for office

Generial views of 52 Cadogan Square, London. An historic Grade II listed building on one of London’s most desirable squares is set to be transformed into a £60 million mansion. See SWNS story SWHOUSE. Number 52 Cadogan Square was built in the 19th century for Thomas Andros de la Rue, who wanted a stunning Queen Anne Revival style home. It was later the residence of sugar tycoon Vernon Tate, who lived there until his death in 1950s. After this, the property remained in Tate & Lyle ownership and was used as accommodation for executives visiting London. But after being vacant for four years, the property is in need of significant refurbishment and architects, acting on behalf of The Cadogan Estate, have submitted plans to return it to a single family home. The result will be one of London's finest recently refurbished homes which integrates a sizeable mews property at the rear.
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Super-rich merge flats into one big home

Vogue for creating ‘super prime’ family homes

Tim Bale: don’t write off Ukip yet

Farage may not be Sturgeon but neither is he Bennett

Miliband’s PM prospects rise: Populus

Model shows likelihood of hung parliament

Tories to bar Scots from income tax vote

Cameron pledges ‘English votes for English laws’ for Budget

Cameron campaign strategy splits opinion

Business frets at polls but Tories stick to Crosby strategy

FTSE chiefs frustrated by Tory tactics

Miliband mounting stiffer challenge than expected

UK election: Who will run Britain?

In two weeks horse-trading will begin to form next government

Annuity rates fall to record lows

Average standard annuity pension income is now at its lowest level

SNP conspicuously absent on donations

Party did not register large gifts during ‘short campaign’

EU increases funds for refugee operation

Sharp policy U-turn amid public outcry over migrant deaths

Umunna seeks to build bridges with business

Shadow business secretary distances himself from Miliband’s rhetoric

Flash crash strategists spoof UK voters

Regulators are now not even sure that Britain’s general election took place

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