YouGov’s poll, for the Sunday Times, indicates that the Prime Minister was right to rule out having a third term.
Ed Miliband will attempt to win over a reluctant business community on Monday by warning that an EU referendum proposed by David Cameron would trigger a bitter two-year campaign in which a re-elected Tory party would tear itself apart over whether the UK should remain in Europe.
There is a story about Tony Blair on the eve of the 1997 election result that has acquired legendary status in some circles, even if the details of the anecdote seem to vary in each retelling.
With less than six weeks until the general election, the SNP are positioning themselves as a progressive force, with some policies matching Labour’s.
The decision was made one December afternoon as we poked bare toes into the clean, golden sand outside the Pavilion on Broadstairs seafront.
Labour has been accused of attempting to parachute Ed Miliband’s director of strategy and planning into the safe seat of Coventry North West.
David Cameron has admitted that the result of the general election is on a knife edge as he delivered one of his fiercest, most personal attacks yet on Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Ed Miliband’s hopes for the election were boosted last night by a poll showing Labour had opened up a four-point lead over the Tories following last week’s televised contest between him and David Cameron.
The latest YouGov poll puts the Tories on 36% - the highest for some time in such polls. Are the Conservatives on course for victory?
A range of welfare benefits are potentially facing the axe or severe restrictions by the Conservatives after the general election, according to emails seen by the BBC.
Nine police forces have now launched inquiries into whether the Conservative party breached spending rules during the 2015 general election campaign.
David Cameron looks set to avoid facing either Boris Johnson or Michael Gove in the EU referendum live television debates, despite the leave campaign threatening to complain to Ofcom or launch legal action.
Harriet Harman has claimed campaigners calling for Britain to leave the EU are more likely to associate with an old-fashioned view that a woman’s primary role is in the home.