The leader of the Scottish National party, Nicola Sturgeon, has emphatically denied that she told a senior French diplomat she would rather see David Cameron win the election because Ed Miliband was too weak to be prime minister.
On a rainy Friday morning, Nick Clegg, fresh from surviving the televised leaders’ debates, was visiting the Fulwood Lodge Care Home in his constituency of Sheffield Hallam in the affluent southwest of the city.
Nigel Farage has stated that if he does not win in South Thanet then he will stand down as leader. But who will replace him?
Nigel Farage and his Home Counties golf club saloon bar tendency won’t win a single Commons seat in the capital next month.
David Cameron accused Nick Clegg of adopting a “pick and mix” approach to the coalition after the deputy prime minister claimed that the Liberal Democrats had restrained the Tories from imposing cuts to the schools budget.
A poll after the seven-way debate puts the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon in first place. What have the polls told us?
Speaking to the BBC's Daily Politics Show, Ewen Cameron Watt from Blackrock Investment outlined the two scenarios that could negatively impact the markets.
Anxious Tories are urging David Cameron to change the tone of the party’s election campaign by following the example of Franklin D Roosevelt, who won multiple White House terms during the Great Depression with the upbeat song Happy Days Are Here Again.
Labour and the Liberal Democrats could strike a deal on deficit reduction based on their shared commitment to meet the charter for budget responsibility, and still not need to implement any further spending cuts beyond those already made for 2015-16, a new analysis by the Resolution Foundation finds.
The Bank of England’s warning that leaving the EU could lead to a recession is an “incredibly dangerous intervention” that has increased financial instability, a Tory minister campaigning for Brexit has said.
Donald Trump has said leaving the EU would not put Britain at the back of the queue to secure a US trade deal under his presidency – a move applauded by the Ukip leader, Nigel Farage, who admitted he had reservations about backing the controversial Republican.
David Miliband, the former UK foreign secretary, has called for an end to the refugee camp system and the reform of humanitarian institutions “that were designed for yesterday’s problems, not tomorrow’s”.