Italy is FINALLY set to form a coalition government after two months of argument

Italy is FINALLY set to form a coalition government after two months of argumentDemocratic Party deputy leader Enrico Letta asked to form governmentHe will be Italy's youngest Prime Minister in a quarter of a centuryThe new government could take office within a matter of days By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 13:14 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:53 GMT, 25 April 2013 Enrico Letta looks set to become the new Italian Prime Minister after being asked to form a government by president Giorgio Napolitano.

"There are some pretty odd people": Cameron insults UKIP again as party hits poll high

'There are some pretty odd people': Cameron insults UKIP again as party hits poll highPrime Minister made comment as poll suggests UKIP seeing record supportA survey for the Mail on Sunday puts UKIP at 16 per cent, taking third placeUKIP leader Nigel Farage said comments meant there was no chance of pact By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 23:58 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:00 GMT, 7 January 2013 Mr Cameron has said there were 'some pretty odd people' when asked about his previous comments of UKIP supporters David Cameron renewed his attack on UKIP yesterday, saying it contains some ‘pretty odd people’.

Mr Cleggs contempt for democracy on EU

Mr Clegg’s contempt for democracy on EU | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 28 December 2012 Out of touch: Clegg demonstrated how he remains as detached from the views of the electorate on Europe as ever Yesterday a poll conducted by a pro-European newspaper revealed that 51 per cent of the public want Britain to leave the EU, against just 40 per cent who say they would vote to stay in. Even one in three supporters of the Liberal Democrats – Britain’s most ardently Europhile party – now want out. Yet, in a typically condescending interview to the same newspaper, Nick Clegg demonstrated how he remains as detached from the views of the electorate on Europe as ever

Eight Tories "in talks to defect to UKIP" as two parties go to war over electoral pact

Eight Tories 'in secret lunch plot to defect to UKIP' as two parties go to war over electoral pact UKIP treasurer Stuart Wheeler reveals talks to persuade Conservatives to switch partiesTory chairman Grant Shapps moved to kill off vice-chairman Michael Fabricant's idea of pactUKIP leader Nigel Farage says his party is at war with Tories and will not consider a deal unless David Cameron is sacked as leader Mr Fabricant says there are racists in all political parties, including Conservatives Survey finds 54% of Brits want to leave the EU | UPDATED: 09:17 GMT, 27 November 2012 UKIP treasurer Stuart Wheeler said he had held 'secret lunches' with Tory MPs to discuss switching parties Eight Tory MPs are in talks about defecting to the UK Independence Party, its millionaire treasurer has claimed.