With the SNP expected to surge in May the Liberal Democrats offer a vision for a more devolved, but united, federal UK
A new batch of Ashcroft polling suggests that Labour could be on course for making gains in key marginals. But is it enough?
The Green party has unveiled it’s manifesto - one much further to the left than Labour's - but will they gains in May?
The latest Guardian projection has the combined Labour and SNP share of seats on 326. This is an all time high in our daily series – and more significantly, it’s a majority.
Jim Murphy says he is absolutely confident the Scottish Labour party remains in charge of decision making in Scotland after a difficult 24 hours in which senior shadow cabinet ministers appeared to publicly contradict his spending plans.
Blink and you missed it. Barely 20 minutes after both Natalie Bennett and Caroline Lucas had first appeared in one of the spaces in the Arcola renewable energy theatre in Dalston – everything is a space in this part of east London – they were both gone. Speeches made and questions more or less answered. More less than more, on balance.
Ukip will try to cast itself as a serious political party by presenting a “fully costed” manifesto that pledges to help take the UK out of the European Union within two years and bring back the “primary purpose rule” scrapped by Labour that forced immigrants to prove their marriages to British citizens are genuine.
On Tuesday the Conservatives published their manifesto. Here’s some of their key policies so you don't have to read all 83 pages.
The Labour manifesto once again contains a reform that has little public support, and even less justification or logic behind it.
A website suggesting how Labour and Green voters should vote to keep out the Conservatives shows how flawed our electoral system is.
In the aftermath of the jocular battle of the river Thames, Jo Cox tweeted a picture of her family in a dinghy flying the “in” flag for Europe.
MPs were in the process of receiving “enhanced” security measures for their homes and constituency offices amid heightened fears of attacks, before the fatal shooting of the Labour MP Jo Cox.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have expressed their shock and horror at the death of the popular Labour MP Jo Cox.