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Guardian Daily: UK heading for hung parliament – poll

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The Conservatives should no longer count on winning the election outright, according to a Guardian/ICM poll published today.

Julian Glover has the details. he discusses Andrew Rawnsley’s claims about Gordon Brown’s character in his book The end of the Party with commentator Michael White.

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Health editor Sarah Boseley explains why MPs have called for the Department of Health to stop funding homeopathy, as there is no scientific evidence that it works better than placebo.

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