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The move to extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples was easily defeated in a free vote by a large majority of 370 The legalisation of gay marriage is poised to be approved by MPs after surviving a Tory backbench bid to derail it.
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In 2007, James Mann published a book called The China Fantasy , about American leaders downplaying Chinese human rights violations in the interest of integrating China into the global economy.
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The coalition's controversial gay marriage legislation returns to the Commons today with Tory MPs and activists deeply split over the issue THE coalition's controversial gay marriage legislation returns to the Commons today with Tory MPs and activists deeply split over the issue.
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John Maynard Keynes, one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, explained how a government spends, rather than cuts, its way out of recession.
In a letter to the Independent, figures from BT, Shell, Lloyds Banking Group and Deloitte, estimated membership was worth up to A 92bn a year to Britain.
The Scots are accustomed to having their views ignored in the British political system.
The coalition's controversial gay marriage legislation returns to the Commons with Tory MPs and activists deeply split over the issue.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Global Investment Conference in London May 9, 2013.
The overpowering smell of failure, incompetence and chaos is suffocating. Cameron's difficulties started when he failed to win outright three years ago in what were good times for the Tories.
Lord Howe, the former Tory chancellor who triggered the downfall of Margaret Thatcher, has launched a bitter attack on David Cameron in The Observer, accusing him of "running scared" of his backbenchers and presiding over the party's "long, nervous breakdown over Europe". Tory co-chairman Andrew Feldman has denied claims he described party ... (more)
Asked the exact question Conservatives want to put the public in the 2017 referendum "Do you think that the UK should remain a member of the EU" 46 per cent opt to come out, a higher figure than in other recent surveys.
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Tory MPs hell-bent on us going it alone should take care what they wish for, writes the Sunday People's Nigel Nelson What I cannot A understand is how the same strong emotions can be conjured up by shopping bags.
Lord Feldman spoke out after internet rumours took hold that he was behind the reported jibe by a member of David Cameron's inner circle.
Lord Howe has accused David Cameron of running scared of his backbenchers and endangering Britain's future in Europe.
Barack Obama and David Cameron at the White House in Washington, DC, May 13, 2013.