Stefano Hatfield

Stefano Hatfield is editor-in-chief of high50.com

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Rebecca Roache said she 'didn't want to be friends with conservatives' after David Cameron became Prime Minister again

Cameron needs to show leadership and vision

Take Nicola Sturgeon and her cohort of MPs seriously, and work to honour her own mandate

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (R) and Boris Johnson, mayor of London, talk on the Andrew Marr show in London April 26

General Election 2015: It's time we forgot what school we all went to

Do we really wish that our leaders had gone to 'lesser' universities than Oxbridge, or were less well-educated?

It’s all in the detail; Ed Miliband with ‘Britain Can Be Better’ (AFP/Getty)

General Election 2015: Parties must remember the 50-plus vote

The election with the most intriguing potential outcome has seen the dullest campaigning

Personal abuse is not the way to fight an election

There is a growing despair at the knockabout mediocrity of what passes for political debate these days, and neither party is helping

Vital ingredient: Julianne Moore in 'Still Alice'

The focus of this election must be the NHS

It is fiscally inconceivable for the cost to the public purse to carry on soaring at this rate

Rachel Reeves is the shadow Work and Pensions Secretary

What are we voting for? No one knows

It’s been a depressing campaign thus far: two kitchens, three terms and zero debates

German taxi drivers blocked roads in Berlin in protest against companies such as Uber, which are not bound by the same rules

When is an employee not an employee?

Secure jobs are in short supply in this post-crash economy, as companies like Uber and Lyft know too well

Katarina Johnson-Thompson celebrates her heptathlon victory

#ThisGirlCan: I’ve never believed in positive discrimination before, but Katarina Johnson-Thompson has helped change my mind

Some things will not change unless those who can effect change go out of their way to help

August 1923: Immigrants in a dining hall on Ellis Island, New York.

This election demonises the weakest

Someone has to rescue us from the complete madness of the immigration red herring being the major issue in this election

Young voters leave a polling station in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh

The young just don’t care about politics

Their self-centeredness isn't so different from other demographic groups, but it's just very narrow as they have much less to worry about

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