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26/04/2008 - 23:26

UK Today Editoweb 26 April 2008

Paris mayor campaigns for Livingstone in London - London Mayor Debate - Labour poll slump after rebellion.



Paris mayor campaigns for Livingstone in London

 Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe came to London Saturday to campaign for his ally and fellow left-winger Ken Livingstone ahead of next week's knife-edge mayoral elections.

Livingstone, the incumbent from the ruling Labour Party, is beginning to nose ahead of his main rival Boris Johnson of the main opposition Conservatives after several weeks of neck-and-neck polling.

London Mayor Debate

It is the most important political position outside Westminster, and the campaign to be London mayor is reaching its climax
Sky News is broadcasting live the final and biggest face-off between the three main mayoral candidates on Monday.

Decision Time: The London Debate will see Ken Livingstone, Boris Johnson and Brian Paddick slug it out live from 8pm just three days before polling.

Sky's political editor Adam Boulton will chair the debate, and more than 50

Labour poll slump after rebellion

Gordon Brown has suffered a fresh blow after an opinion poll gave the Tories a massive 18-point lead over Labour.
The YouGov survey put David Cameron's Conservatives on 44 per cent to Labour's 26, the biggest gap since Margaret Thatcher won a third term in 1987.

As the Prime Minister continues to fight backbench revolts on key policies, fewer than one in ten voters said they believed his party was "united".

Thousands welcome Coldstream Guards

Thousands of well wishers have attended a home coming parade to welcome British servicemen returning from Afghanistan.
Cheering crowds lined the streets waving Union flags and banners as around 450 members of the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards marched through Windsor with bayonets fixed.

The Coldstream Guards exercised their freedom of the town accompanied by a regimental band.

Brown seeks to limit tax row damage

Gordon Brown has promised he would always be "ready to listen" as he sought to limit the damage to Labour from the 10p tax row.

Amid predictions of a backlash at the polls in Thursday's local elections, the Prime Minister insisted it was Tory and Liberal Democrat councils that were letting down "hard-working families".

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