A new poll suggests the SNP will almost completely wipe out Labour in Scotland in May’s general election.
An unusual £600,000 donation has been handed to 30 Labour and 15 left-of-centre Liberal Democrat election candidates by a former Lib Dem peer in an attempt to create an Ed Miliband-led progressive government.
The Scottish government has been accused of falling into line with Tory tax cuts after the finance minister, John Swinney, announced changes to flagship legislation that he previously described as emblematic of the SNP’s approach to a more progressive taxation system in Scotland.
Just when you thought debates about debates might have died down, the shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, has said he would be very happy to have a televised debate with George Osborne “any time, any place, any where”.
Polling from different company’s has put Green support at an all time high. YouGov’s latest poll puts the party on 10%.
Tuesday’s YouGov for the Sun poll gives an indication as to how people think the main parties would tackle the country’s biggest problems.
MPs across the political spectrum on Tuesday welcomed the Sun’s decision to no longer run images of topless models on Page 3 of the newspaper.
George Osborne has said Scottish MPs should not be able to vote on aspects of income tax that do not cover Scotland, appearing to contradict proposals in the cross-party Smith commission.
Tensions over Ukip policy broke into the open on Tuesday night as Nigel Farage’s views on NHS funding reform were openly rejected by the party’s health spokesman.
Labour’s lead is down to three points according to the latest Guardian/ICM poll as data shows that the combined score for the three main parties is at an all-time low.
The government is considering introducing legislation to close a loophole allowing parents in England to take their children on holidays during term-time, after a ruling by the high court left its school attendance policy in tatters.
Jeremy Corbyn will use a speech in London to urge Labour voters to lay the blame for pressures on housing, jobs and the NHS at the door of the Conservatives, instead of seizing on the EU as a scapegoat.