Paul Waugh


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There are 300 people at this Independent/RSA fringe. Rammed is the word.

The cover of that CCHQ document costing Lab policy pledges. Spookily like a real
HMT redbook. Or Darling stunt c1997

At Battersea Power Station for the Evening Standard
#Power1000 reception. Stunning location

This rainbow appeared just at the end of Clegg conference speech. Is this where the LibDems' poll ratings are hiding?

Yet another demo outside DWP (re Atos, bedroom tax etc). Ministers and officials having to use tradesman's entrance.

Royal Birth gets the Private Eye treatment..

Andy Murray on the steps of No.10. And no, Alex Salmond wasn't waiting behind the black door with a photobomb flag

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Spending Round was clearly printed in a hurry. Britian? Is that a Birt-ian version of Britain?

Ahead of big Lords debate, Stonewall distributing these #equalmarriage Bingo cards outside Parliament

Osbo listens to David Lipton, the IMF man warning deficit plan is 'a drag on growth' and UK 'long way from recovery'

Looks like police checking protestor's car for any suspect devices.

Woman car driver stages protest at House of Commons. Horn honking.Not sure if It's about Same Sex Marriage Bill.

Methodist minister Peter Simpson stages an impromptu protest outside Parliament re samesex marriage bill

Private Eye catches the 'clown like' mood of the local elexns. Maybe Hague's a fan? http://www.politicshome

A shot of Mrs T travelling down the Whitehall she once dominated, one last time

There she goes. #Thatcher funeral

Flags at half mast over Treasury and Foreign Office as Whitehall prepares for Thatcher hearse.

Small protest outside Parliament. Not by anti Thatcher demonstrators, but by groups opposing caste discrimination.

'Thatcher Funeral Live' may seem an oxymoron, but here's 1st clues as to how Weds will look. Falklands big theme

The Budget chart the Treasury says shows rich paying most. But poor hit too. Real winners 'middle' on incomes £20-30k