Another coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats is not going to happen, Andrew George, the Liberal Democrat candidate for the highly marginal seat of St Ives has declared.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged over the affordability of hefty spending pledges after she launched an explicit bid to coax Labour into an anti-Tory alliance at Westminster.
Before the 2010 election YouGov interviewed 31,210 people and has recently reinterviewed them. The change in voting intentions is remarkable.
If the leaders of the Labour Party, the Conservatives, the Lib-Dems, the SNP, UKIP, the Greens and Plaid Cymru were football teams, then who would they be ?
A new YouGov poll for the Sunday Times indicates that a coalition deal would be preferred to a minority government.
The Conservative party’s problem in attracting voters from ethnic minorities could cost them nine seats at the next election, and up to 50 by the middle of the next decade, according to new research.
The Liberal Democrats have accused the BBC of backtracking on a deal about the final round of TV interviews with party leaders, and misleading the country by reporting Nick Clegg chose to opt out of last week’s debate.
Zeeshan Safri blinks into the morning light of Labour’s minority fiefdom in London’s East Ham, watching commuters disappear into the underground station. Their faces, shades of brown.
David Cameron will vow on Monday to prevent England, Wales and Northern Ireland from losing out unfairly as a result of Scottish devolution by introducing an annual report detailing the impact of Scottish government decisions on the rest of the UK.
The latest ‘Britain Uncovered’ poll suggests that there is a clear demand for an in/out referendum and that most Brits would vote to leave the EU.
Parental choice is in a fragile state. Almost 30 years on from the “great” Education Reform Act, which ushered in the idea that choice would raise standards and satisfy all, barely a day goes by without a reminder of what a flimsy notion this is.
The chief inspector of schools has urged the government to bring back formal national tests for 14-year-olds in England as a way of tackling persistent underperformance among the most able pupils.
One afternoon in 2013, Andrew, then 11, had to stay behind after school for misbehaving in his English lesson. He’d thrown water at the teacher, wound up other pupils and tried to run out of the classroom. The punishment was to complete the work that he hadn’t done in class. Supervising the detention was Mark Oldman, the headteacher.