YouGov’s latest poll suggests that most Labour voters think that Miliband should not rule out an SNP deal.
The Liberal Democrats could lose nearly half their seats and still remain a party of government, most probably in coalition with the Conservatives, a source close to Nick Clegg has said.
In what promises to be a knife-edge election, the Tories could emerge well ahead of Labour in the national share of the vote, but still have insufficient MPs in the Commons to rule as a majority.
As the election nears, and with the Tories creeping up in the polls, there is a growing view at Westminster that Labour could emerge on 8 May with more seats than the Tories despite having secured a slightly lower share of the national vote.
Her verdict on HMRC’s efforts to prosecute tax evaders: pathetic. The gagging of civil service whistleblowers: outrageous. And as for tax-avoiding Google, her memorable conclusion: “You do evil.”
London’s deputy mayor Lady Victoria Borwick has been selected as the Conservative candidate for the safe Kensington seat due to be vacated by Sir Malcolm Rifkind.
Nigel Farage has claimed that the “incompetence and negligence of the NHS” almost killed him in his 20s after a tumour caused his left testicle to swell to the size of a lemon.
With less than two months to go until the election, Murphy’s large fall in support hits Labour’s prospects hard.
A new poll by YouGov indicates that the public is in favour of publicly run railways, as opposed to privately operated one.
Shortly after Boris Johnson and Michael Gove declared that they would campaign for Brexit back in February, the former Tory leader William Hague seemed more preoccupied with the fate of the Conservative party than with Britain’s future relationship with the EU.
Tony Blair has suggested that he will refuse to accept the verdict of the Chilcot inquiry if it accuses him of committing Britain to invading Iraq before he told parliament and the public.