Labour’s lead is down to three points according to the latest Guardian/ICM poll as data shows that the combined score for the three main parties is at an all-time low.
George Osborne has said that he will introduce further tax cuts for the oil and gas industry in the upcoming budget, to help offset the fall in global oil prices.
The Greens have unveiled a new poster, saying: 'What are you afraid of, boys?', suggesting that the other leaders are scared of debating the Greens.
YouGov’s latest survey, for the Sunday Times, suggests that Labour could get 32% of the vote, which could give the party a majority.
Peter Mandelson has denounced the mansion tax, which will form a key part of Labour’s general election manifesto, as a “crude short term” measure that will clobber homeowners.
Britain may pay a “potentially high price” if it does not do more to minimise the controversy, indecisiveness and uncertainty that a hung parliament after the next election is likely to create, according to academic research examining the rules contained in the government manual advising civil servants on how a caretaker government operates.
It’s good theatre, but what’s the point? On Sunday, the deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, told BBC Radio 5 Live that he thought prime minister’s questions had reached their sell-by date. “The whole thing is ridiculous,” he said, “the whole thing should be scrapped. It’s an absolute farce.”
Britain’s political leaders will “have to return” to a debate about funding the NHS through an insurance-based system run by companies from the private sector, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said.
A new poll by Survation suggests that Scots’ preferred government post-May 2015 is a Labour-SNP coalition. Such a deal is unlikely.
Mail on Sunday executives are standing behind the newspaper’s extensive serialisation of the memoirs of an ex-mayor of Doncaster, which claimed to give “a worrying glimpse of the real Ed [Miliband]”.
A group of Ukip activists say they have “hit a brick wall” after complaining to the party leadership about the Scottish spokesman David Coburn’s “unsavoury, bullying and gaffe-prone” behaviour.
Jeremy Corbyn has been asked by MPs to discipline a political aide who reportedly claimed that the steel crisis had played well for the Labour party.
Gordon Brown has waded into the European Union referendum debate, calling on the remain camp to make a more positive case for staying in.