A multimillionaire City asset manager is offering to bankroll bids to oust almost 140 pro-EU MPs.
The youngest MP to stand in the Labour leadership contest - in terms of Westminster experience - may have the edge.
Following Finland’s election multi-party, coalition talks are forming. Is this the UK’s political future?
Critics are not convinced by the ‘success story’ of free schools
Speaking in Essex, UKIP’s leader attacked big business and said that UKIP would call for an “immediate referendum” in order to help a government.
This Saturday Jim Murphy was voted in as Scottish Labour leader. But could he eventually become First Minister?
A study by the Higher Education Policy Institute has some rare good news for Labour and the Greens
French bank Societe General has told investors to steer clear of U.K. assets and sell sterling due to risks from "zero" reform and political deadlock.
Aberdeen University students, in the city often called the ‘oil capital of Europe’, have elected a new rector: the Scottish Green Co-convener.
A poll conducted by Populus puts Labour on 36% and the Tories on 35% - a result well within the margin of error