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Outside London in particular, house prices don't look so bubble like after all - when you factor in people's ability to pay for them, which has been hugely increased by the low interest rates we've been seeing.
Edition #46 of Liberal Democrat Newswire came out last week, including pieces looking at the Liberal Democrat prospects in May, how polling on the EU is turning out rather well for pro-Europeans and the unlikely choice of Lembit Opik as a role model by Jeremy Browne.
It's Braemar Avenue, Haringey, not Braemer Avenue. Another little triumph for attention to detail from #WorstCouncil
The High Court judge said: "It simply shouldn’t have happened that way. It was a frankly catastrophic situation."
Not sure it’s wholly wise of a Conservative Party agent to reveal this of one of their candidates: Candidate Two managed to ask a Thai lady, who is not even a UK citizen, let alone a registered voter, to sign her paper. Strangely, however, despite not being registered she had a roll number alongside her name […]
Some things are rather different about elections in North Islington now compared with 1969, but as this report from the 1969 Islington North by-election shows – not everything. Note in particular the early reference to immigration and housing. Despite the less than flattering portrayal of levels of support for the Conservative candidate, he secured a […]
Phew. After five months, numerous emails, a fair number of phone calls and a few appeals to Haringey's Chief Executive, the fence outside Wall Court on Stroud Green Road has finally been fully repaired.
ITV News report, featuring the unfortunate mistake on the Labour Party website and views from Mark Pack.
More comedy genius from Australia’s Clarke and Dawe: You can also watch this on YouTube.
The Syria Conflict Mapping Project is an initiative launched by the [Carter] Center to examine the massive amounts of citizen-generated information related to the Syrian conflict that is available online.