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Fraser Nelson takes The Times to task over its coverage of the marriage tax break, and makes the case for voting Conservative.
James Forsyth previews the candidates’ debate, and wonders if Blair’s respect for the office of Prime Minister will extend Cameron.
Peter Hoskin analyses the Liberals’ and Labour’s response to the marriage
tax, and finds Labour up to no good.
David Blackburn says the election is a good time to bury bad news, and ask if
it pays politicians to be mendacious.
Daniel Korksi on Poland’s tragedy.
And Martin Bright wonders what makes a Labour candidate unsuitable.