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The New Statesman has always had a close, if fraught, relationship with Labour. Here, three
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Falkirk MP Eric Joyce gives his reaction to the Scottish election result
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Solidarity candidate Jamie Allinson reports on chaos at the counts in Scotland
Mark Pack - head of innovations for the Liberal Democrats - reports a mixed picture for his party
Ric Metcalfe who was, until yesterday, leader of Lincoln's council reacts to a Tory win in the histo
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There's an election going on, don't you know?
Detailed lowdown of what's going on in Wales
The joys of not voting
Despite a Plaid Cymru resurgence, Labour need worry not.
Life working for the Green Party in Scotland
Why Osama Saeed is glad he isn't having to vote in England
Shirley Curran reports on the electrifying TV debate between the two French Presidential candidates
How Plaid Cymru abandoned some of the traditional ways of communicating with voters...
Four key things to watch out for as the results come in...
Arwen Folkes reports from North Cornwall where the battle rages between Lib Dems and Tories
Rayleen Kelly reports on her re-election bid
Mike Wood brings us up to date on the ins and outs of the Welsh election campaign...
It's amazing how we've given police and the security services the benefit of the doubt
The post-Thatcher reconstruction that never
happened under Labour is the real challenge facing Sco
Labour may be feeling gloomy about the Scottish elections but in Wales it's a rather different story
Conservative council hopeful Martine Martin predicts that Hull is set for a yellow (Lib Dem) revolut
The man heading the Labour list in North Wales has landed himself in hot water after predicting his
The man heading the Labour list in North Wales predicts his party will lose seats in Thursday's vote
Harry Giles explains why he's going to stick up two fingers at the Scottish Parliamentary elections