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What are the main hurdles to a CAP reform deal?

What are the main hurdles to a CAP reform deal? | Politics1 | Scoop.it

Agra Europe presents an infographic on the most divisive issues and biggest hurdles to reaching a consensus among MEPs on the CAP.


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Labour steps up its 50p tax attack with new "Tory Millionaire's Day" campaign

Labour steps up its 50p tax attack with new "Tory Millionaire's Day" campaign | Politics1 | Scoop.it
Ahead of the abolition of the 50p tax rate on 6 April, Labour looks again to paint the Tories as the party of the rich.
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Former Romney Strategist 'Obsessive' About Twitter, But Warns Technology Is Not The GOP's Panacea

Former Romney Strategist 'Obsessive' About Twitter, But Warns Technology Is Not The GOP's Panacea | Politics1 | Scoop.it
ABC News’ Michael Falcone reports: It’s not over yet. The 2012 presidential campaign, that is.  At least not if you ask Mitt Romney’s former top strategist, Stuart Stevens, who has been writing and talking a lot about blame lately.

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Andrew Lawrence's curator insight, April 4, 2013 11:53 AM

It's interesting to see how even something like a Twitter account can swing votes from one side to the other. While Obama did win the election, it would have been interesting to have seen how the election went had Romney and the Republican party been more savvy with their technology and the upcoming generation.