The SNP are set to take almost every seat in Scotland, the only way for Labour to recover would be for Ed Miliband to take a gamble he’s not prepared to take.
A new YouGov poll reiterates the strength of the SNP in Scotland, putting them well ahead of any other party.
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The Conservatives remain ahead of Labour in the latest Guardian/ICM general election campaign poll – by a narrow margin.
The Conservatives have ramped up their attacks on the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon, with David Cameron saying she would create a “match made in hell” with Labour.
Two birds with one stone.
Ed Miliband is to unveil on Tuesday a proposal to get an extra 1,000 nurses into training this year – the start of Labour plans to ultimately recruit 20,000 extra nurses by 2020.
Nigel Farage has warned against “waves of millions” of people from Africa coming to Europe if the EU agrees a common policy for tackling migrant deaths in the Mediterranean.
The Liberal Democrats are proposing to give local authorities the power to double council tax on second homes in a bid to stop houses becoming too expensive for local people.
Another coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats is not going to happen, Andrew George, the Liberal Democrat candidate for the highly marginal seat of St Ives has declared.
Both the Conservative Party and Ukip have announced they will not put forward candidates in the Batley and Spen by-election following the tragic death of Labour MP Jo Cox.
The boss of the NHS has told Jeremy Hunt that the health service may need closer to £21bn extra over the next few years, far more than the £8bn ministers have promised.