News archive from 7 May 2015, page 19

GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

The big day has arrived - General Election day 2015! Here are the basics things you need to know if you are voting today... * If you haven’t registered to vote (including by post or proxy - except an emergency proxy, see below), it’s too late. Check...

 
GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

The big day has arrived - General Election day 2015! Here are the basics things you need to know if you are voting today... * If you haven’t registered to vote (including by post or proxy - except an emergency proxy, see below), it’s too late. Check...

 
Crewe Alexandra: We must produce a better playing surface next season - Steve Davis

Crewe Alexandra: We must produce a better playing surface next season - Steve Davis

STEVE Davis says Crewe Alexandra's ground staff should be made accountable for the state of the Gresty Road pitch - just as he is for performances on it. Davis feels the Gresty Road surface has deteriorated over the past 15 years and that something...

 
Voters in Lancashire have their say as they go to the polls

Voters in Lancashire have their say as they go to the polls

Voters will go to the polls today to have their say in one of the closest-fought elections in years. The outcome of the General Election is still too tight to predict, with Labour and the Conservatives almost neck-and-neck in the polls. But experts...

 
GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

GENERAL ELECTION 2015: 10 things you need to know if you are going to the polls today

The big day has arrived - General Election day 2015! Here are the basics things you need to know if you are voting today... * If you haven’t registered to vote (including by post or proxy - except an emergency proxy, see below), it’s too late. Check...

 

We feel for the Libyans and Nepalese, but British charity stops at Calais

I once asked a newly married friend when she expected to start a family. She looked shocked, waved a newspaper at me and asked: “How could I possibly bring a child into such a cruel, awful world, threatened with global warming and overpopulation?” To...

Guardian, 07:07 in Politics
 

Polls analysis: David Cameron to win on votes but lacks support to stay in office

David Cameron is unlikely to have the numbers to remain in Downing Street, despite the fact the Conservatives are likely to win the most votes, and may even win more seats than Labour. This election will be the most uncertain in a generation. No...

Guardian, 07:07 in Politics
 

Election aftermath: five key market indicators to watch

With the polls so tight, traders are unsure how to position themselves. A whole host of scenarios have been considered for the election aftermath. So once some kind of result is in, how best to gauge what investors make of it? Ian Stewart, chief UK...

Guardian, 07:07 in Politics
 

Labour risks failing the English – just like it did the Scottish

The UK is now a pointless entity, existing solely to protect entrenched privilege and continue the transference of the country’s resources to a global elite. For most citizens it’s a failed state, which cannot guarantee social progress, a decent...

Guardian, 07:07 in Politics
 

General election 2015: what's happening where you are on polling day?

Weeks of campaigning, debating, canvassing and reporting come to a head on Thursday. Now it’s over to voters across the UK to cast their ballot in the general election. Polls and reports suggest the most closely contested election in decades and...

Guardian, 07:07 in Politics
 
TRANSFER NEWS: Man United's BOLD striker deal, Chelsea's £22m nervous wait, Arsenal swoop

TRANSFER NEWS: Man United's BOLD striker deal, Chelsea's £22m nervous wait, Arsenal swoop

Manchester United want to extend Radamel Falcao's loan deal until January 2016. According to the Mirror, United would like to offer the Colombian more time to prove his worth at Old Trafford. It's believed United are unwilling to spend a mammoth...

Daily Star, 07:08 in Sport
 
Detailed advice from Daventry District Council for polling day

Detailed advice from Daventry District Council for polling day

Daventry District Council is reminding voters in the district what they need to know to have their say on polling day. Parliamentary, district and parish elections are taking place across Daventry District on Thursday, May 7. People living in Daventry...

 

Western lawyers go back in time to repair Liberia's broken legal system

Restoring the rule of law requires exacting sacrifices. Compiling an index of antique court reports takes years of dedication. For Liberia, however, it has been legally liberating. Since 2009, lawyers in London and Washington have been summarising...

 

Is India's 100 smart cities project a recipe for social apartheid?

In architectural renderings, Gujarat International Financial Tec-City resembles a thicket of glassy blue skyscrapers soaring above the Sabarmati River in Gandhinagar, capital of the western Indian state of Gujarat. Its “signature towers” include the...

 
Wyberton man caged for 10 year reign of child sex offences

Wyberton man caged for 10 year reign of child sex offences

A Wyberton man who admitted a string of sex offences against two young girls has been jailed for 12 years. At an earlier hearing Mark Eaton, 41, pleaded guilty to 19 sexual charges. The offences included six charges of rape, four charges of indecent...

 


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