Nigel Farage has claimed that the “incompetence and negligence of the NHS” almost killed him in his 20s after a tumour caused his left testicle to swell to the size of a lemon.
With less than two months to go until the election, Murphy’s large fall in support hits Labour’s prospects hard.
A new poll by YouGov indicates that the public is in favour of publicly run railways, as opposed to privately operated one.
A former Liberal Democrat chief fundraiser has stood down as a parliamentary candidate for the party after he was caught on tape allegedly advising a fake donor on how to circumvent funding laws.
A Green candidate has announced that his party has no plans to make further defence spending cuts – apparently contradicting statements on its own website.
Nigel Farage has moved to clarify his suggestion that he would abolish much of Britain’s anti-race-discrimination legislation, saying he was merely arguing employers should be allowed to prefer British workers over migrants for jobs.
Ed Miliband wants the energy regulator to use a proposed legal power to enforce an additional cut in annual fuel bills estimated to be worth £100 per household.
New polling data suggests that the SNP, who are already gaining momentum, are about to dominate Scotland’s capital in May.
The Speaker of the House of Commons has apologised to a female Conservative minister for comparing her mode of speech to a washing machine that will not stop going round.
David Cameron is under pressure to justify Zac Goldsmith’s London mayoral campaign, after the leader of Muslim Conservatives called it a disgusting and risible attempt to smear Labour’s winning candidate, Sadiq Khan.
In an electrifying exchange on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the defence secretary, Michael Fallon, repeatedly refused to answer presenter Sarah Montague’s question over whether London would be safe with Sadiq Khan as its new mayor, in the light of remarks made by Fallon during the course of the election campaign.