The Conservatives have failed in Scotland at successive general elections, but if the Scottish Conservatives are to ever be successful again, they need to disband and let a new centre-right party take over.
Boris Johnson has rejected the idea that he could be the next Conservative party leader, saying the role would go to “some babe unborn”.
Ed Miliband is to promise that regardless of how much he is attacked, he will not back down in his campaign against tax avoidance, saying that in government he will insist that the rich play by the same rules as the poor.
People who cannot work because they are overweight or suffering addiction problems could be threatened with losing their sickness benefits if they do not accept treatment under plans due to be outlined by David Cameron on Saturday.
A man has put the largest bet ever on the outcome of the 2015 general election. This is just months after he bets £900,000 on the Scottish independence referendum.
Speaking in Essex, UKIP’s leader attacked big business and said that UKIP would call for an “immediate referendum” in order to help a government.
YouGov’s latest poll, for the Sun, puts Labour on a three point lead over the Conservatives. Are the party on course for victory?
The current 'clawback' period for bankers' bonuses is currently seven years, but shadow chancellor Ed Balls said that was 'too weak'.
The latest Ipsos Mori political monitor, released Thursday, has the Liberal Democrats on 6%.
Labour frontbencher Emily Thornberry twice mouthed “bollocks” at David Cameron across the dispatch box on Wednesday but managed to avoid being reprimanded for unparliamentary language.
David Cameron has revealed the blueprint he hopes to use to reunite his fractured party after the EU referendum, as he promised to lead a “progressive, one-nation government” that would focus on improving young people’s life chances.
David Cameron is seeking to look beyond divisions in the Conservative party over Europe by promising to “increase life chances” through a programme of social reform in the Queen’s speech, including changes to prisons, schools and adoption.