- YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour and Tories tied on 32%:
CON 32%, LAB 32%, LD 8%, UKIP 15%, GRN 6%
Editorial: Hands up who thinks £18m is modest pay!– Green rules slap £50 on your family ferry fare to France: EU fuel diktat will force prices up in weeks.
– Now pupils can study 2,000 years of immigration for GCSE: Pupils will learn about reasons and impact on the country in new history exam.
– Revealed: The 91 BBC executives who are paid MORE than the Prime Minister.
– Britain now has almost as many Poles as KRAKOW: New figures reveal 1.3m eastern Europeans have come to UK.
– Retailers face £200million bill to get every automatic till, parking meter and vending machine in the country ready for new 12-sided ‘threepenny bit’ style £1 coin.
Editorial: NOTHING has changed at the BBC despite repeated scandals over its top executives’ staggering pay deals. Quite the reverse. GORDON Brown was a politician with a real desire to help the poor. But he is notable for his failures more than his successes. JOB cuts have stripped Britain’s fighting capability to a dangerous minimum.
Editorial: Rubbish ideas.
Editorial: A cautious welcome for the oil-price slump.
– 0830 LONDON: Christian Aid protest calling for end to tax haven secrecy.– 0900 EDINBURGH: Conference examines Smith Commission proposals.
– 0900 LONDON: Danny Alexander and Lord Deighton launch Government Infrastructure Plan.– 1015 LONDON: Prisons Minister Andrew Selous and the National Offender Management Service give evidence to the Commons Justice Committee.
– 1115 LONDON: Justice Secretary Chris Grayling gives evidence to the Commons Justice Committee on crime reduction policies.
– 1200 LONDON: Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and shadow Andy Burnham speak at Reform conference.
– 1400 CAMBRIDGE: Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury will visit Northstowe. Danny Alexander to make a major housing announcement as part of the launch of the £460bn National infrastructure Plan.
– 1730: Nigel Farage takes part in a Leaders Live show. The Ukip leader takes part in the Bite the Ballot Leaders Live Q&A aimed at young voters. The Leaders Live show will be available online on YouTube.com/BITENews, LeadersLive.co.uk and itv.com/news.
– 1730 LONDON: Protest organised by the People’s Assembly ahead of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.