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Prince Shows Support For Soldiers - Boris pledges to unite Londoners - Boris 'Must Build Trust' With Ethnic Groups.

Prince Shows Support For Soldiers

Prince William showed his support for wounded British soldiers by attending a fundraising dinner in aid of health charities.He wore a Help The Heroes coloured wristband as he mingled with guests at the Guild Hall in central London.

Boris pledges to unite Londoners

Boris Johnson, the incoming Mayor of London, has pledged to work for all communities and to unite the city in his new role.Mr Johnson had his first official engagement with a visit to a noisy cultural event in Trafalgar Square marking the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi.

Boris 'Must Build Trust' With Ethnic Groups

London's new mayor Boris Johnson has been urged to build trust with ethnic communities as he sets about unveiling his wide-ranging action plan.
Simon Woolley, director of pressure group Operation Black Vote, has warned that Mr Johnson must demonstrate that he understands "what it means to govern a multi-cultural metropolis".

Policies of main contenders in Serbia election

The final week of campaigning began for Serbia's most crucial election in the post-Slobodan Milosevic era, with every sign that divisions over the country's future course are deepening.

Here is a brief overview of the policy pledges of the two main parties, the nationalist Radicals and the pro-Western Democrats, and of the kingmaker Democratic Party of Serbia of outgoing Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica.

London Opinion - YouGov Claims Victory

Boris Johnson's victory wasn't just a watershed moment in London Politics, it could be a turning point in the way opinion polls are carried out in Britain.
Ahead of the London Election, we reported on the conflicting pictures coming from rival pollsters. Now the result is in YouGov, the online upstart of the polling industry, is claiming victory over firms which canvass by telephone and face to face.

Brown faces tough questions after vote drubbing

Prime Minister Gordon Brown's leadership was thrown into question Saturday after his ruling Labour party suffered a local election drubbing capped by the loss of the prize of London mayor.
As Boris Johnson, from the main opposition Conservative Party, took plaudits for ousting maverick left-winger Ken Livingstone in the capital, senior Labour figures were assessing their worst local poll showing in 40 years.

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