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12 November 2015
The Chancellor George Osborne will announce the Government's spending review on 25 November. We are offering a limited number of qualified subscribers the opportunity to sign up for our complimentary Spending Review package. 
Author: Anna Haswell
12 November 2015
Political Analyst Jasmine Mitchell shares her favourite political news sources, books and ideas for holiday reading.
Author: Jasmine Mitchell
10 November 2015
UK Prime Minister David Cameron published an official list of demands for his renegotiation of EU membership today, moving the process into a new phase.
Author: Alex Boxell
23 October 2015
With the Spending Review drawing ever closer, speculation has been rife about what it may contain.
Author: Madhav Bakshi
16 October 2015
What's the message from the biggest ever SNP Conference? DeHavilland considers where the party is pinning its hopes.
Author: Anna Haswell