A confident Ed Miliband declared he is ready to serve as prime minister having rightly been tested over the last four-and-a-half years for the privilege of leading Britain.
Nick Clegg has said that he would not enter coalition with the Conservative party again after May’s election if the party insists on introducing its proposed £12bn of social security cuts.
An unabashed extension of the Thatcherite right to buy for 1.3m families in housing association properties will be at the centre of an aspirational Tory manifesto due to be launched on Tuesday in the West Country.
The deputy prime minister Nick Clegg failed to attend an election debate in his Sheffield constituency on Sunday night, sending a student as his replacement.
A Guardian/ICM poll has produced a surprise Conservative lead of six points, taking David Cameron’s party to 39% with Labour on 33%.
It’s not always been clear what purpose a party election manifesto serves.
Nick Clegg faced criticism on Monday for likening Labour’s claim that it would not borrow more in government to an alcoholic saying they wouldn’t drink more vodka.
A new YouGov poll suggests that most UK voters think the Scottish SNP government will push for another independence referendum in five years.
Labour's manifesto is 86 pages long so here's some of the key pledges the party has made. A link to the full copy is also included.
A new YouGov poll for the Sunday Times suggests that a majority of people are in favour of some key Labour policies.
John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, will say that Labour can “rescue” the European Union referendum debate from Conservative infighting by making a positive case for Britain to remain in the EU.
George Osborne was joined by the Lib Dem former business secretary Vince Cable and Labour’s Ed Balls in a hangar at Stansted airport to argue that leaving the EU would be a “one-way ticket to a poorer Britain”.