Ukip leader reportedly snubbed the 'erratic darling' of the Tea Party at US conservative conference
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And will a cut in tuition fees win Labour more young voters – or just drive away angry pensioners?
He did well at a right-wing conference in Washington DC too, though not as well as Sarah Palin
Latest figures show net migration has increased, despite Tory pledge to slash numbers before general election
Lib Dems in danger too: Simon Hughes likely to lose Bermondsey, seat he’s held for 30-plus years
Few target have escaped the acid tongue of Dennis Skinner, a former miner and veteran Labour MP
A handful of well-known faces, as well as a few outsiders, have put themselves forward for the race
Backlash grows as academic points out that Greens vote with their hearts and don’t trust the media
As for Labour and Conservative chances on 7 May, it’s another day of ‘poller opposites’
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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