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The most perplexing part of the story is that it seemed as if the PM and his party, Syriza, were set to resist the orders being thrown at them
In 2008, when they were under 14, they spent the entire economy on sherbet and Pokémon cards – and then had the nerve to blame it on the banks
The bankers understand it's time people faced up to reality and accepted that the people who did more than anyone to ruin the world economy were old women in rural Crete
When will they finally condemn their own people's extremist tendencies?
By doing this, Labour can blame their defeat on anything they proposed that might have been different from the Tories
Or, if they ran local campaigns against the Bedroom Tax it would at least look as if it stood for something
To win an election against a hostile media, you need a social movement behind you
The anti-Miliband media campaign is just getting into its stride
Tomorrow the news will probably start: 'The Labour Party was rocked today by a letter supporting David Cameron, signed by David Cameron'
The fact that they ask the Prime Minister any questions at all is pretty suspect
The PM says he's done his best to ensure the debates take place, but all the other leaders keep getting in the way by agreeing to everything
Who would've thought that blaming our problems on immigration had any downsides?
Can’t these 17th-century traditions be a bit more, well, 11th century?
With the return of Blairism, it's no wonder Labour has lost so much support to the Greens
Or maybe the report’s taking so long because it’s being handwritten by Franciscan monks
Perhaps "I don't agree with what you say, but defend your right to say it" gets lost in translation to Arabic