Nick Clegg is hoping that there are votes to pick up in being the clearest voice on the pro-Europe side of the debate.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has jumped on the selfie bandwagon with one of his own at his party's spring conference.
A Liberal Democrat candidate was beaten into fourth place by the Bus-pass Elvis party in a council by-election in Nottingham.
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The six pillars of Gordon Brown's plan to revamp the UK's relationship with Scotland will outline a "radical" transfer of powers downwards from Westminster and Edinburgh to local communities". It also includes:
- A new UK constitutional law setting out a plan to share resources for defence and security.
- A constitutional guarantee of the permanence of the Scottish Parliament.
- A new division of powers between Scotland and Westminster that gives Holyrood more powers in employment, health, transport and economic regeneration.
- A new tax sharing agreement that balances the commitment of the UK to pool and share its resources.
- New power-sharing partnerships to address shared problems on poverty, unemployment, housing need and the environment.
Fife MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Gordon Brown is expected to say in a speech later that he wants to move from a "old highly-centralised" Britain to "power sharing".
– Gordon Brown
I want to move us from the old highly-centralised, uniform Britain dominated by out-of-date ideas of an undivided Westminster sovereignty to a new diverse power-sharing, risk-sharing, resource-sharing UK which is best defined not as an old union but as a modern, constitutional partnership of nations.
Mr Brown will outline his plans to an audience in the east end of Glasgow later today.The former Prime Minister and Chancellor has spoken out on issues surrounding the independence debate in the past.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to use a speech to propose six "major" constitutional changes to revamp the UK's relationship with Scotland, outlining his vision for the country within the Union.
Mr Brown will argue his plans for a new power-sharing constitutional partnership between Scotland and the rest of the UK represent a "radical break" from the status quo and a more appealing offer than "irreversible" independence.
Such a view of Scotland's future represents a "clear, positive alternative" to independence, and is one which will deliver a strong Holyrood and enable the country to meet the challenges of poverty, health inequality and poor educational standards, it is claimed.
The Labour jobs guarantee will focus on youth unemployment, the Shadow Secretary for Work and Pensions told Daybreak.
Rachel Reeves said the jobs guarantee will force under-25s who have been out of a year into a minimum wage job, but will only do the same for over 25s after two years on jobseekers allowance.
"We know that there are particular problems with youth unemployment. 20% of young people are out of work - much higher than for the population as a whole.
"And for young people what we hear time and again from them and from businesses, is that there is quite a risk - they haven't worked before.
"But that is not quite the same for older people, which is why we are targeting this scheme at younger people."
Labour have "no economic plan" and would put the economy at risk with their jobs guarantee, a treasury minister has said.
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Sajid Javid explained:
– Treasury minister Sajid Javid
Labour's sums don't add up. They are proposing yet more unfunded spending, meaning more borrowing and more taxes to pay for it.
And Labour's bank tax is a short-term political gimmick that they want to spend ten times over.
It's the same old Labour. Ed Miliband has no economic plan. Labour would put the recovery at risk, put jobs at risk and hardworking people would pay the price with a less secure future.
- Under-25s living off Jobseeker's Allowance for over a year, would have to chose between a taxpayer-subsidised job for six months or lose their benefits.
- Employment will be provided by firms and voluntary sector groups for 25 hours' every week, for six months and the national minimum wage.
- The Government will pay the wages and employers' National Insurance.
- Another £500 per employee would be supplied towards training - which would be compulsory for participants - and administration costs.
- Labour said only firms that could show they were not using the scheme to replace existing workers or reduce their hours would qualify for funding.
Labour's promise to introduce measures to get the long-term unemployed and under-25s into work would last throughout the next Parliament, the party said.
Ed Miliband's party will promise to fund the package via a tax on bankers' bonuses and high-earners' pensions in its 2015 manifesto.
Last month the party confirmed reports that funding - also including the proceeds of restricting pension tax relief for high earners - was only in place for 2015/16.
Now it says the scheme - estimated on present claimant levels to cost £1.9 billion in its first year and £900 million a year thereafter - is affordable right through to 2020.
Under the scheme, under-25s on Jobseeker's Allowance for more than a year - two years for others - would have to take a taxpayer-subsidised job for six months or risk losing benefits.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg told delegates at his Party's conference today that he loved Britain and wanted it to stay in the European Union.
In his keynote speech, the Deputy Prime Minister also attacked Ukip, calling them the "acceptable face" of backward-facing politics.
ITV News political correspondent Romilly Weeks was at the conference in York:
Speaking in Hanover at the CeBIT 2014 trade fair, David Cameron announced that German and British Universities would be collaborating on research towards 5G mobile internet.
He told the conference:
– David Cameron
With 4G, an 800 megabyte movie takes around 40 seconds to download; with 5G that would be cut to one second.
This is a prize that researchers all over the world are going for and so I am delighted to announce a new collaboration, between the University of Dresden, King’s College University in London and the University of Surrey.
Three world-leading universities working on 5G hand in hand – that is something to be truly excited about.