The latest poll on who will lead the Tories after David Cameron puts Boris Johnson just ahead of Theresa May.
It may be 30 years on but for those involved in the miners’ strike, memories are still raw.
As the election draws nearer, here’s one key thing UK party’s can learn from 2013’s federal German election.
The full scale of the post-referendum political earthquake in Scotland has been demonstrated by a new poll which suggests Charles Kennedy’s once safe seat will fall to the Scottish National party, along with the seat Gordon Brown is retiring from in May.
Tony Blair has donated £1,000 to the local campaigns in each of Labour’s 106 key target seats, telling candidates he is giving the money because he knows these are the seats where the campaign will be won or lost.
Downing Street has issued a “final offer” to broadcasters over the election television debates, declaring in a pointed email that David Cameron will take part in just one debate featuring seven party leaders before the formal campaign begins next month.
Lord Ashcroft’s latest round of constituency polling suggests that the Scottish Labour leader is on the edge of losing his seat.
For a along time the polls have placed Labour and the Tories almost neck and neck, but are the Conservatives gaining ground?
Ukip would ban unskilled immigrants from working in Britain for five years and set up a new migration control watchdog to bring down overall numbers, Nigel Farage will say on Wednesday.
Jim Murphy has been accused of “shameless hypocrisy” after he announced that university tuition would remain free in Scotland if Labour wins power, despite backing the introduction of fees south of the border under Tony Blair.
Ukip's leader Nigel Farage has said that his party has made an electoral breakthrough in London and that his party will now "prove itself".
Controversial plans to force all state schools in England to become academies have been dropped in the wake of protests, only days after the education secretary, Nicky Morgan, insisted they would go ahead.
Welsh Labour has been dealt a bitter blow in one of its heartland valleys seats where one of its most respected politicians was beaten by the Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood.