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|Lib Dems recycle discredited claim they opposed Iraq War|
Britain’s Liberal Democrat party is still using the discredited claim that it opposed the Iraq War, as part of an attempt to insist that only it can deliver a coherent foreign policy. Read Full Article at RT.com
30 points by Russia Today | 2003 invasion of Iraq Tony Blair Liberal Democrats George W. Bush Iraq War United States Gordon Brown United Kingdom general election 2005
|Germany's SPD unchanged in Forsa poll, lag Merkel's conservatives|
BERLIN (Reuters) - Support for Germany's Social Democrats is unchanged from a week ago at 31 percent, a poll showed on Wednesday, as their support stagnated after a surge following the nomination last month of Martin Schulz as party leader for September's federal election.
-2 points by Reuters | Gerhard Schröder Social Democratic Party of Germany Angela Merkel German federal election 2005 Christian Democratic Union Tony Blair Chancellor of Germany Bundestag
|'Is Germany tired of Merkel?' asks mass-selling newspaper Bild|
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's mass-selling newspaper Bild openly questioned whether voters have had enough of Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday after a poll showed the Social Democrats (SPD) pulling ahead of her conservatives.
-2 points by Reuters | Gerhard Schröder Germany Social Democratic Party of Germany Coalition government German federal election 2005 Bundestag Angela Merkel European Parliament
|May's Brexit plan under pressure ahead of parliamentary test|
LONDON (Reuters) - Pro-Europe MPs' efforts to temper Theresa May's Brexit plan gained traction on Sunday when a member of her own party broke ranks to criticize her strategy before parliamentary votes that will test her government's slim majority.
-2 points by Reuters | United Kingdom United Kingdom general election 2005 Labour Party Reuters Tony Blair House of Lords House of Commons of the United Kingdom Conservative Party
|Poll gap between Merkel's conservatives, Social Democrats shrinks to 4 points|
BERLIN (Reuters) - The lead in voter support for German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative alliance over the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) shrank to a multi-year low of 4 percentage points, an opinion poll showed on Sunday.
-2 points by Reuters | European Parliament Reuters Angela Merkel Social Democratic Party of Germany Thomson Reuters Political party German federal election 2005 Coalition government
|‘Stop Trump’: Celebrities lead campaign to block state visit|
British campaigners including musicians, comedians, politicians and trade unionists have joined forces to oppose Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to welcome US President Donald Trump with a formal state visit. Read Full Article at RT.com
367 points by Russia Today | Labour Party Liberal Democrats House of Commons of the United Kingdom Plaid Cymru United Kingdom general election 2005 Wales Bianca Jagger Liberal Party