The latest Ipsos Mori political monitor, released Thursday, has the Liberal Democrats on 6%.
Nigel Farage has claimed Ukip is now the main opposition in nearly every seat in England from the Tory south to Labour north, as he launched the party’s general election campaign.
The Labour leader, Ed Miliband, is to repeat his accusations about the tax affairs of Tory donor Lord Fink, after a challenge from the peer to do so and face being sued.
Moving past the ‘pink’ debate Labours campaign only serves to deepen the gender divide it seeks to redress
Labour women have boarded their pink bus on the first day of a tour to woo female voters, despite mockery from David Cameron and Nick Clegg as well as reservations from some on their own side.
Nick Clegg is to outline on Thursday the red lines that the Liberal Democrats will demand to see in any coalition deal they negotiate with the Tories or the Labour party if a hung parliament is elected on 7 May.
Ed Miliband will revive the central pledge at the heart of Tony Blair’s landslide election victory in 1997 when he announces that a Labour government would restore the cap on class sizes for children aged five, six and seven.
HM Revenue and Customs and an influential select committee have clashed over whether MPs were due to question a senior tax official about the authority’s inquiry into the HSBC tax scandal.
An entry on the Conservative party website appeared to reveal 101 seats that the Conservatives won’t be targeting in the general election. It includes a seat they lost to UKIP last year.
Nicola Sturgeon has accused the UK government of insulting the electorate by issuing increasingly alarmist claims about the risks of Britain leaving the European Union.
The flurry of officially backed statements warning about the dangers of Brexit will come to an end on Friday, when Treasury officials enter a four-week “purdah” that prevents any activity that could be perceived as an attempt to sway the outcome of the 23 June vote.
Harriet Harman has written to Ofcom to complain that male politicians are being allowed to dominate the EU referendum debate on the airwaves.