Tag Archives: general elections

Opinion: Five reasons Karl McCartney won Lincoln

Karl McCartney speaks into various microphones and cameras

Adam Allcroft provides the Linc with the closest thing we’ve ever had to a ‘listicle’, analysing why Karl beat the pundits to stay MP for Lincoln.

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Watch Elections Live: Gillian Merron Interview

On Friday, April 27th, we spoke with Gillian Merron, the Labour PPC for Lincoln, to put your questions to her. Watch the interview again here.

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Watch Elections Live: Karl McCartney Interview

On Tuesday, April 27th, we spoke with Karl McCartney, the Conservative PPC for Lincoln, in a live webcast to put your questions to him. Watch the video here.

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City Council: postal votes cast in thousands

The City Council says that it has received over 2,500 postal votes so far, and expects a good turnout on voting day on May 6th.

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Foreign students – 21st century scapegoats?

Mike Hodges argues that foreign students are the ideal scapegoats to attract the popular anti-foreigner sentiments that are frequently, if not accurately, attributed to the supporters of the BNP and UKIP.

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