Ed Miliband has written to David Cameron demanding more details about his proposed reforms of Britain’s relationship with the European Union.
The Liberal Democrats believe women and young voters switching from the Conservatives will help them secure enough seats to play a key role in another coalition government after the general election.
Nigel Farage has predicted that David Cameron will lead the biggest party after the election because he is connecting with middle-class Tories and looks like a leader, whereas Ed Miliband is not connecting with working class voters in the north.
Labour is catching up with the Conservatives in terms of donations before the election, after Ed Miliband’s campaign was bolstered by a large financial injection from trade unions.
Lord Ashcroft’s latest constituency polls indicate that UKIP are just behind the Conservatives in key targets.
Survation’s latest poll for the Daily Record, suggests that Scottish Labour are struggling to take back support from the SNP.
Labour has raised more than £1m in a Barack Obama-style online fundraising drive that has seen a surge in small donations over the past year.
David Cameron will be “secretly pleased” at the prospect of Labour losing dozens of seats to the Scottish National party, a senior member of the shadow cabinet has claimed.
Ed Miliband has demanded an apology from Tory cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith for falsely claiming he avoided tax.
Labour’s former National Executive Committee chairperson, Harriet Yeo, is backing UKIP in May. UKIP are gaining Labour support.