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  1. Labour promises no attack posters on David Cameron

    The pledge, by election supremo Douglas Alexander, comes as the Tories attempt to use the 'nightmare' scenario of Mr Miliband becoming Prime Minister to scare voters off electing Labour. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  2. So TV debates will be a ratings disaster. Broadcasters will have to live with that

    There’ll be no more of the three-lectern leaders’ show, but something more inclusive, if chaotic• Plus 21st-century Wolf Hall-style intrique, and remembering Louis Heren, 1919-1995Everyone except the Northern ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian

  1. There’ll be no more of the three-lectern leaders’ show, but something more inclusive, if chaotic • Plus 21st-century Wolf Hall-style intrique, and remembering Louis Heren, 1919-1995Everyone except the Northern ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Officially, the trip to London that begins Sunday — and includes a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron — is a trade mission to strengthen ties with the United Kingdom, the state ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News

  3. Labour makes Cameron billboard vow

    The Labour Party vows not to feature Prime Minister David Cameron on billboards ahead of the general election, saying it wants to avoid negative personal campaigning. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  1. Labour: We will not fight a dirty election campaign like PM David Cameron

    Election chief Douglas Alexander vowed Labour would not sink to “desperate” Tory tactics ahead of May 7 FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  2. 'No PM pictures' on Labour posters

    David Cameron will not feature on any of Labour's billboard posters during the general election campaign, the party has said as it vowed to focus on issues not personalities. FULL ARTICLE AT Belfast Telegraph

  3. Clegg’s party gets worst rating in any poll since 2010, while Tories go up four points to 32% and Labour stands its ground at 33%The Liberal Democrats have ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  4. Cash-strapped party makes bid to raise the tone of debate in runup to 7 May poll – and save moneyLabour has scrapped all plans to run billboard posters of David ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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The United Kingdom general election of 2010 will be held on 6 May[note 1] to elect one MP in each of the 650 UK constituencies to the House of Commons, the lower house of the Parliament. The election was called on 6 April, and Parliament was dissolved on 12 April for the ensuing campaign. Voting will take place between 7.00 am and 10.00 pm. Local elections will also be held in some areas on that... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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