The centrist former economy minister and the far-right leader are set to contest the run-off on May 7.
Devolution and Brexit require inspiring ideas – not tired retreads of ideological stances for social formations long since melted into air.
A tax rise of £35 a year was called "grossly unfair". But some disabled people are set to lose that every week.
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As Brexit gets underway, opposition grandees urge their parties – Labour, Lib Dems, the SNP and Greens – to form a pact.
Politicians have become Iago figures, using passion and rhetoric to drown out the Othellos. Justice and civil rights are being rubbed out along the way.
The former Labour politician and SDP co-founder tells his old party to “face up to reality” and agree to ally with the SNP.
The Liberal Democrat leader says his party can stop "two massive calamities".
The Labour peer and former home secretary says new members need a “meaningful political education”, and accuses unions of neglecting their “historic balance”.
If the economy is not in great shape after two years, public opinion on Brexit could yet shift, says the WPP head.
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