Nigel Farage has made a personal appeal to Ukip supporters for help with canvassing potential voters in the contituency where he is standing, after a poll suggested he would not win it and be forced to stand down as party leader.
The election in just over a month will likely result in no party being able to form a majority on its own. Coalition's can be a dangerous game.
The Labour party’s business credentials have come under further attack from major company bosses after a survey showed that about two dozen FTSE 100 chairmen think a government led by Ed Miliband would be an economic catastrophe.
David Cameron and George Osborne have both refused to rule out a cut in the top rate of income tax from 45p to 40p under a new Conservative government after the general election.
YouGov's poll for the Sunday Times puts the Lib Dems up three points on 10% just 3% behind UKIP. Could this be significant?
The opinion polls are inconclusive and it’s unclear what real impact the TV debates had, but David Cameron has achieved his objectives.
The two main parties remain neck and neck in the battle for Downing Street, with the latest Opinium/Observer poll putting both Labour and the Conservatives on 33%.
Scottish National party leader Nicola Sturgeon has offered to help make Ed Miliband the next prime minister even if Labour wins fewer seats than the Tories on 7 May. Her appeal comes as she angrily rejects claims that she thinks he is not up to the job.
Only minutes had to pass after Friday’s confirmation of Tiger Woods making his return to the frontline at the Masters before the statistics spilled out, explaining why this would inevitably be a pointless endeavour.
Tony Blair has launched his strongest attack yet on Jeremy Corbyn, for condemning the war in Iraq but standing by while the Syrian people were barrel-bombed.
The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has been accused of breaking one of his key election pledges after he announced that his fares freeze on public transport would apply only to single journeys.
What a glorious thing pressure is.