Margaret Thatcher was described by a diplomat as “very oily to kings but matter of fact to lesser mortals” after she apologised to King Fahd of Saudi Arabia for a mistake the BBC had not made.
A new YouGov poll for ITV indicates that UKIP are on course to win its first ever Welsh election seats. And not just one. Potentially eight.
The Greens only won one seat, but they got a record share of the vote and can build and expand for next time round.
David Cameron has dropped a heavy hint that members of parliament could meet in the House of Lords chamber while the Commons chamber undergoes much-needed maintenance work.
David Cameron has been asked repeatedly to reassure Scottish constituents that his plans to give English MPs a veto on English-only laws will not make Scottish MPs “second-class citizens”.
A crowd-fund to help Greece raise €1.6bn has been started. There's a long way to go, but it has already reached a staggering €1,000,000.
2016 will be key for UKIP's future successes. If the party wants to succeed after that like in 2020 and beyond 2016 could help their support.
In just over two weeks time the Liberal Democrats will have a new leader. What do the candidates stand for?
Labour will be out of power for another 10 years if it thinks small changes in policy will be enough to get re-elected, Liz Kendall, the centrist leadership candidate, has warned.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband was outrageously treated by the media in the runup to the general election, one of the party’s leadership hopefuls, Yvette Cooper, has said.
Conservative party members will face a choice between two women – Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom – as their next leader and prime minister, it was predicted on Saturday night, as Michael Gove struggled to mount a viable leadership challenge.
Jeremy Corbyn’s aides are refusing to let Labour deputy leader Tom Watson hold a one-to-one meeting with him, claiming that Watson will try to “bully” the leader into resigning.
Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat leader, has demanded that the two million EU nationals residing in the UK are given guarantees that they will have the right to stay indefinitely.