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.
A new YouGov poll suggests that just about half of voters support Labour’s new policy on fees, suggesting that it's a popular move.
John Bercow, the Speaker of the House of Commons, has warned that a failure to spend “not inconsequential” sums of public money on refurbishment could lead to parliament abandoning the site of the palace of Westminster.
Put it this way. When was the last time an Old Etonian actually won a general election?” a not particularly disgruntled, middle-class Tory MP asked the other day.
Last week it was announced that UK military trainers will be sent to Ukraine, but polling suggests the population rejects such a move.
The Scottish oil industry is at a tipping point and needs urgent state support or else fields that could be drilled in the future will be deemed uneconomic and abandoned prematurely, says Gordon Brown.
Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat energy secretary, has described Labour’s pledge to cut the tuition fee cap in England from £9,000 to £6,000 a year as stupid and followed Vince Cable in saying his party would block such a cut if in coalition.
Nicola Sturgeon has ruled out forging a coalition at Holyrood after failing to win an overall majority in an election that brought humiliation for Labour and saw a resurgence by the Scottish Tories.
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.