David Cameron has said he has no time to “hang out” with the “joke” Russell Brand as he mocked Ed Miliband’s decision to record an interview with the comedian.
The worst form of racism in the UK is hatred of the English by people in Scotland, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said.
The Conservatives have put the economy at the heart of their election strategy in the belief that it will give them a decisive lead over Labour.
Nicola Sturgeon has suggested Ed Miliband was bullied by the Tories into rejecting SNP support after the election, after accusing both the main parties of clinging to the idea they are entitled to a Westminster majority instead of embracing the multi-party election the public want.
David Cameron has been praised by a former member of Barack Obama’s cabinet for adopting an “innovative and effective” approach to business that has been critical in building Britain’s economic recovery.
Nate Silver, the statistician who correctly predicted the US 2012 election results in every state, has suggested there could be an “incredibly messy outcome” to the UK general election.
Jim Murphy has accused the SNP of wanting to consign Scotland to years of deepening division over independence, after Nicola Sturgeon accused both Labour and the Tories of clinging to the idea that they are entitled to a Westminster majority instead of embracing the multi-party election that the public wants.
David Cameron will tear a leaf out of Labour’s playbook by announcing that he will use the £227m fine imposed on Deutsche Bank for rigging the Libor rate into a new three-year fund to create 50,000 new apprenticeships.
Will the SNP really be able to call the tune for a minority Labour government and hold the country to ransom, as Conservative ministers have repeatedly claimed?
The enlargement of the EU that allowed people from new member states to come to Britain was a gigantic experiment conducted at the expense of ordinary workers, Len McCluskey has said.
The tributes over, MPs on both sides of the house rose to applaud Jo Cox. Moments later, up in the gallery, her sister Kim stood to clap both Jo and the MPs who had honoured her memory so movingly.