The former leader of the Liberals, David Steel, has argued that another coalition would be the wrong decision.
As first prime minister of Singapore, serving for three decades until 1990, and a continuing cabinet presence for the two that followed, Lee Kuan Yew, who has died aged 91, was a man whose story reflected his times.
Anti-Ukip protesters in fancy dress forced Nigel Farage to flee his local pub where he was dining with his family on Sunday afternoon.
Alex Salmond has piled pressure on Ed Miliband by pledging to force the hand of a minority Labour government by pushing for deals on a “vote-by-vote” basis in which the Scottish National party (SNP) would seek to water down Labour’s fiscal plans in its first budget.
Downing Street believed the Tories had their dream candidate when Afzal Amin won the nomination to fight Dudley North in a corner of the West Midlands that symbolises the party’s troubled history on race relations.
Owen Jones (If the UK falls apart blame the Tories, 19 March) is right to say the Conservatives have been doing their best to support the breakup of the UK, whether deliberately or not.
A new YouGov poll indicates that most Scots think it was wrong for Miliband to rule out a coalition deal, whilst voters in the rest of the UK disagree.
The Tories have surged into a three-point poll lead over Labour after chancellor George Osborne offered help to savers, pensioners and first-time buyers in his last budget before the general election.
Senior Lib Dems warned on Saturday night of disastrous consequences if a Tory-led government is allowed to stage an in/out referendum on Britain’s EU membership, as signs grew that Nick Clegg could split his party if he tries to form a second coalition with the Conservatives.
David Cameron has blocked Nick Clegg from appearing in a general election TV debate three weeks before polling day because he doesn’t want to be the only absent leader, it has been claimed.
Sadiq Khan could go head to head with his predecessor as London mayor, Boris Johnson, at the biggest EU referendum debate, just 48 hours before polling day.
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have made an audacious land grab for David Cameron’s “one nation” mantle, arguing that only Brexit can deliver meaningful social justice for the people of Britain.
The leave campaign has picked up momentum and taken a three point lead over remain in the latest Observer/Opinium poll on the EU referendum. The Brexiters now stand on 43%, while 40% say they support the campaign to keep the UK in the union.