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Rundle: Tories, Tories everywhere

The Tories are back in attack-dog mode, trying to scare the horses over fears of Scottish secession. Plus there are a few good scandals cropping up on the hustings …

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Rundle: on the hustings with Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson tries his best to woo a legion of Conservative Party voters in London.

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Rundle: did Sinn Fein just drop a bomshell?

The challengers have debated, with the winner perhaps being Ed Miliband. who was not even there.

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Rundle: what the UK election will come down to

Labour’s campaign is going better than anyone expected, but the Tories will probably still win.

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Rundle: UK election neck-and-neck, but UK itself on shaky ground

Both Labour and the Tories are ignoring a pretty big elephant in the room — that the United Kingdom itself could be breaking up.

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Rundle: can the current sleazy crew of chancers hold on in the UK?

David Cameron should have this election sewn up. But the Tories have the problem of convincing voters to like them, and thus far it has not been a roaring success.

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Rundle: UK election going the full Monty

Ed “Two Kitchens” Miliband has an inexplicable lead over David Cameron. But neither of them can deliver workable government.

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Business bites: iron ore slough … Apple joins the Dow … corporate tax vow …

The latest figures from the trade crunch. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Rundle: Crosby, swill and trash

Lynton Crosby is pulling out all the stops for the Tories in the UK. And, in this case, the stops include xenophobic dog whistles and taking on the teachers.

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Rundle: the complicated and weird electoral maths of the UK election

This was meant to be Labour’s year, right? But then UKIP, the Greens, some Scottish nationals and maybe even the hapless Lib-Dems got in the way.

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Rundle: Europe’s post-Hebdo hangover

With David Cameron and Francois Hollande desperately capitalising on #jesuischarlie, our own pollies make their own political plays.

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Tips and rumours

Darts and drinks don’t mix … Alan Jones doesn’t need holidays … Warnie overshares again …

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Joe and Tony hold out against the economics of climate change

Opinion on whether climate change is a major economic issue is divided. Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey say it isn’t … everyone else says it is.

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Mon dieu! Can Socialists really manage an economy?

Freelance journalist Alan Austin compares France’s economy under its Socialist government with the United Kingdom’s under the Conservatives.

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Abbott, the nervy pugilist who may or may not have taken us to war

Tony Abbott’s eagerness to get involved in the “war” against Islamic State obscures how little we know what we’re doing in Iraq, or with whom we’re doing it.

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Meet the ex-Trot who is begging Scotland to stay

Alistair Darling, an Edinburgh Labour MP and former chancellor of the Exchequer, is chair of Better Together, the umbrella organisation leading the “No” campaign against Scotland’s independence in Thursday’s referendum. Freelance journalist Alex Mitchell reports.

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They’ll never take our freedom: Scottish independence vote gaining ground

Scots may well take the view that it’s time to make their own history, despite protests from Tony Abbott, the Tories and the Murdoch press. Freelance journalist Alex Mitchell reports.

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Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

The Coalition is getting a taste of its own medicine as Labor MPs consider Joe Hockey’s attempt to raise the borrowing limit. Plus other political snippets noted along the way.

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Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Good to see Lynton Crosby prepared to take a winning strategy from his old opponents back home into his new job as the electoral tactician for the Conservatives.

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A leadership ballot would leave Labor ‘helpless’ … so what?

Concerns about a party ballot for the Labor leadership pander to the media’s inability to cope with the unusual in politics. This is exactly what Labor needs right now.

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Lack of logic no obstacle for David Cameron’s Conroy-esque internet filter

In the thick of royal baby news hullaballoo, David Cameron announced an internet censorship filter very much like Stephen Conroy’s. It’s woefully impractical and doomed to fail, writes Charles Richardson.

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Lynton Crosby and the Tory slide in Britain

Ex-John Howard adviser Lynton Crosby now has the ear of the UK Prime Minister — with interesting results. Has the Australian brought low politics to British Tory strategy?

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Richard Farmer’s chunky bits for Friday

Think companies have workers’ best interests at heart? Think again — without unions, corporate profits have soared as workers’ share plummeted. Plus other political snippets of the day.

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Woolwich killers get exactly what they want

The response to the Woolwich terrorists’ attack on drummer Lee Rigby was exactly what the killers were aiming for. Was it a crime or an act of terror?

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Hapless Cameron battling Tory enemies within

David Cameron is struggling to keep the Tories together. The party is split on same-sex marriage and the European Union, showing up some poor leadership attributes in the Prime Minister.

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