Alex Salmond and Danny Alexander clashed over the rewards and risks of Scottish independence as they stepped up the rhetoric ahead of the formal start of the referendum campaign on Friday.
The founder of Ukip is trying to prove to me that, when he was in charge, the party wasn't racist.
Ed Miliband, inundated by conflicting advice on how to respond to the party's indifferent European election results, will travel to Thurrock on Tuesday to argue Labour has the solutions that will give Ukip voters a stake in society again.
David Cameron will face down Tory Eurosceptics on the right of the party who want to forge an alliance in the European parliament with opponents of Angela Merkel in Germany.
Here's 7 things you might not have known about UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Boris Johnson has described Ukip voters as peasants in revolt after Eurosceptic parties swept to victory across the union.
A grim-faced Nick Clegg has made clear he will resist calls to resign, saying the Liberal Democrat party he leads will not buckle or lose its nerve after a poor showing in the European elections.
The Treasury has estimated that Scottish voters would face a £1.5bn bill for setting up an independent Scottish state, prompting a furious row with the first minister, Alex Salmond.
Nigel Farage has unleashed his much-promised political earthquake across British politics as Ukip stormed to victory in the European elections, performing powerfully across the country.
While this might be news to the many unsuspecting Londoners already glad-handed by Sadiq Khan or Zac Goldsmith, Monday marks the official starting gun for a mayoral election.
Conservative disability activist Graeme Ellis was so incensed by last Wednesday’s budget that he immediately sabotaged the Conservative Disability Group website he ran, and resigned from the party.