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60,000 protesters descended on the Conservative Party conference in a mostly peaceful anti-austerity demonstration. Making the Boring, Not Boring; why we have Party Conference

  
Home Secretary Teresa May announced tough new measures to lower immigration - presumably she hadn’t read our explainer on how the the immigration debate is rigged from the start.


Everyone’s wondering who David Cameron’s successor will be. Chancellor George Osborne is in poll position, but Boris Johnson and Teresa May are also looking strong.

Look's like it's another year living with ma folks

David Cameron promised to build 200,000 new houses to end the housing crisis. Well, not him personally, but you get the picture. This is the only thing both Labour and the Tories agree on.


Explain like I’m 7; how to try to escape the housing crisis
Putting the player in Mayor :
 

You know that bumbling, floppy haired bike addict Boris? Yep well his time is coming to a close. Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith will go head to head with Labour candidate Sadiq Khan next year in the run up to the London Mayor election.

 

Both candidates want a greener London, and to sort out the housing crisis. Now tell me something I don't know about how it works and why the hell I should care.

The Chernobyl disaster; then and now

Chernobyl; then and now

 

AKA the worst nuclear disaster ever. We made a video about it, just sayin'.

Next Week; it’s all about Europe


It’s the European Union Conference and all eyes will be on David Cameron. He’s trying to sort better terms for Britain’s membership of the EU, before the UK votes in a referendum over whether to remain a member or get out.

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