Obama says the 'precipitating event' to the Gaza crisis was an 'ever escalating' number of missiles fired into Israel. He says 'There is no country on Earth that would tolerate missiles raining down on its citizens'. The US is 'fully supportive' of Israel's right to defend itself from missiles...
Clegg knows all about false promises. He is the expert! He broke his 2005 manifesto pledge on a referendum on the EU constitution and allowed Gordon Brown to bulldoze the Lisbon Treaty through Parliament. And let's not forget his false promise on tuition fees. You can't trust Nick Clegg!
In the final seconds of Radio 4's Today programme, Lord Oakeshott reveals true Lib Dem thinking. Lib Dems voters are not against the idea of coalition, but they are against a coalition with the Conservatives. By implication, does this mean Lib Dems feel closer to Labour?
Interviewed on BBC Newsnight, David Rennie (Political Editor of the Economist) says the EU decision to avoid further referendums on the new constitution was not democratic and may be considered a 'Conspiracy of the Elites'.
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