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9 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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Meet The 5 Wildcard Politicians Who Could Throw Europe Into Chaos In 2015

Europe is in a bad place right now. Deflation is looming and growth is nowhere to be seen. There's conflict in Ukraine, unemployment is still eye-wateringly high, and it doesn't seem like much of that is going to change any time soon. So insurgent opposition parties are popping up all over the continent, promising an end to crisis or a ...

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DEC 19, 2014 - New Statesman

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Forming alliances: a run-down of the parties’ red lines

Hung parliament preparations. The parties are drawing up their "red line" policies. Photo: Flickr/bixentro As the polls have narrowed and the smaller parties are bigger than ever, a hung parliament in May 2015 is looking increasingly likely. The parties have started laying out their red (and pink) lines for when it comes to forming alliances next year. Here’s what we ...

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DEC 19, 2014 - New Statesman

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Labour to turn focus to health with 10-year NHS plan in January

Having addressed the deficit and immigration, the party plans to focus on its greatest strength.  Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham speaks at the Labour conference in Manchester earlier this year. Photograph: Getty Images. Labour has spent much of the last fortnight addressing its political weaknesses. Ed Miliband has made high-profile speeches on the deficit and immigration (the two subjects he ...

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DEC 17, 2014 - New Statesman

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In 2014, Labour and the Tories learned – for the first time – that they could both lose

The red-blue duopoly that had held for decades fractured as insurgent tribes invaded the pitch. David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband listen to German Chancellor Angela Merkel address both Houses of Parliament in the Palace of Westminster. Photograph: Getty Images. British politics once moved to a predictable rhythm. If the fortunes of either the Conservatives or Labour declined, those ...

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DEC 17, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Japan trade deficit shrinks again November, but exports weak

Japan's trade deficit in November shrank by nearly a third from a year ago, helped by higher exports and falling oil bills, although the volume of shipments to foreign markets remained weak, official data showed Wednesday. The figures come after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe swept weekend elections he had billed as a referendum on his programme to kickstart growth. ...

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