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Scotland referendum: Can you trust the opinion polls?

(Scottish Government Referendum Consultation Press Conference - CCBYNC 2.0)

Scottish independence debate

Second entry by Colin, unfortunately I forgot to publish this at the time:

The Youth Vote and its impact on the Scottish Independence referendum

(Photo: Scottish and British flags by The Laird of Oldham, CC-BY-SA 3.0)

Can debate help provide the skills employers want?

A new employers survey in the UK by education provider Kaplan shows that the skills that debate training can provide are among the most desired attributes among potential new recruits.

Should children be allowed to visit galleries?

(Rothko Chapel 2 by Woderful Tree CC-by-SA 3.0)

Scrap the Queens Speech?

 The British Parliament is known for its conflictual style but there is one area in which there is little conflict; the Queen as head of state makes the British equivalent of the State of the Union thus making it oddly non-political.

European Election results: Low turnouts and extremist gains

(Photo: Nigel Farage Campaigning by Jennifer Jane Mills CC 2.0)

Why you should get out there and vote.

The elections for the European Parliament (EP) are starting today. Polls have already opened where I am in the United Kingdom (before you ask no I have not voted yet but will in the next couple of hours). The Netherlands are also voting today, Ireland and Czech Republic tomorrow, followed by Latvia, Malta, Slovakia and France's overseas territories on Saturday.

Commission President TV debate; essentially vacuous or a big step forward?

Screenshot of Eurovision Debate broadcast on BBC Parliament

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