A new YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, indicates that people don’t know enough about the candidates or don’t know who should lead.
Jim Murphy’s abrupt decision to resign as leader of Scottish Labour plunges the party into its second internal election alongside the contest to succeed Ed Miliband as UK leader, and presents the party with a significant challenge at a critical time in its history.
David Cameron came under new pressure over Europe on Saturday as the frontrunner for the Labour leadership, Andy Burnham, called on him to bring forward his planned in/out referendum to next year and demanded a far-reaching renegotiation to address public concern over immigration.
A week after Labour’s catastrophic general election defeat, Jon Cruddas is holding nothing back.
Muted table-banging greeted David Cameron as he entered the cabinet room last Monday to sit with the first all-Conservative frontbench in 18 years.
He likes to talk about football (he’s an Everton fan) to anyone who'll listen, before getting on to politics.
Having won 56 out of 59 Scottish seats in the general election the SNP are now the UK’s third largest party. But what next?
Nigel Farage has challenged an anonymous senior Ukip figure, who has been quoted as wanting to oust him as leader, to quit the party if he cannot be more supportive.
Four senior Liberal Democrat politicians defeated in the general election, including former business secretary Vince Cable, have turned down offers of a peerage from Nick Clegg in the dissolution honours list.
George Osborne will reveal how the government plans to cut £12bn from Britain’s welfare bill when he announces a fresh wave of austerity measures in his second budget in less than four months on 8 July.
Daybreak in middle England was warm and cloudless and full of possibilities on Friday.
“If we are victorious in one more battle... we shall be utterly ruined.”
As the initial indications on Thursday night pointed towards a narrow win for remain in the EU referendum, the official leave camp began quietly briefing against Nigel Farage.