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Migrant voters will be a crucial group in a number of parliamentary seats in the 2015 General Election

Foreign-born residents of the UK could have an immediate impact in the May 2015 general election. Not only could migrant voters comprise a significant number of overall potential voters on 7th May 2015, but they could turn out in substantial numbers within some key marginal constituencies. New research co-published by...
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Hung Parliament.

By Austin Aneke It is official; the people have spoken through their votes, and it is a Hung Parliament. This means that no party won overall majority of 326 seats. If any party had 326 seats, it would have meant that it had more seats more than the rest of...
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Who Wins Black Vote?

Operation Black Vote in partnership with church leaders, other faith leaders, business leaders, activists and the Peace Alliance will be hosting the political rally ‘Black Britain Decides’ on Wednesday 28th of April 2010, at 6.00pm. It is to be held at The Methodist Church, Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, London, SW1H...
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Deportation Flight Fails To Take Off.

Yesterday’s charter flight from Heathrow to the Kurdish Regional Government area (KRG) of Northern Iraq did not take off. Initial reports suggest that several coaches took around 70 detainees to the airport, but ended up returning them all to UK Immigration Removal Centres. There are rumours that the KRG authorities...
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