All candidates standing in May’s general election should be forced to disclose whether they intend to have a second job while in parliament, the chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life has told the Observer.
Tuesday, according to Green party leader Natalie Bennett, was an “absolutely excruciating” day for her.
Ed Balls has sought to quash speculation that Labour could strike a formal post-election deal with the Scottish National party by hinting that Labour would prefer a minority government to a coalition.
Ukip’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group chair has resigned over concerns that the party’s leadership has failed to “set a gay-friendly tone”.
MPs have criticised George Osborne for exaggerating claims that he halved a £1.7bn surcharge imposed by Brussels last year when Britain’s rebate automatically cut the figure to £850m.
Ed Miliband will make his most unequivocal commitment to UK membership of the EU, saying there is no short-term political gain to be had from flirting with exit.
Labour is demanding an apology from the Conservative defence minister, Anna Soubry, despite her vehement denials that she used an obscenity to refer to Ed Miliband during a Commons debate.
Farcical debate and party politics has blocked the potential for an extremely important development of the role of MPs
Euroscepticism in Britain has been on the up recently, but new polling suggests that Brits favour remaining in the union.
Devolution in England is on the agenda for the Conservatives, and much sooner than ever anticipated.
“We have aspirations to get Labour elected all over,” Jeremy Corbyn declared as he launched the party’s election campaign in Harlow, Essex, last month.
David Cameron has no intention of withdrawing his claim that Donald Trump was “divisive, stupid and wrong” to call for a ban on Muslims entering the US, Downing Street has said.
Willie Rennie is on home turf, putting his fate as Scottish Liberal Democrat leader in the hands of people with whom he grew up and went to school.