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Celebrated art collector Charles Saatchi is gifting more than 200 works and his Saatchi Gallery to the nation, he announced today.

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Campaign goes negative with Brown-baiting posters

First they went for the positive approach – posters of a fresh faced (and rather airbrushed) David Cameron offering voters a brighter and more optimistic alternative to Labour. But when that election campaign was mercilessly lampooned by bloggers, the Tories decided to adopt a different tactic: get negative and get personal.

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Conservatives return to advertising brothers in face of closing opinion polls

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