Speaking on the Andrew Marr show, UKIP’s leader said that he was confident his party would win a good number of seats in May.
A YouGov poll for the Evening Standard suggests that more Londoners support a reintroduction of the death penalty than oppose it.
Lady Warsi has delivered a blistering critique of the government’s approach towards Britain’s Muslims, warning that failure to engage properly with communities across the UK has created a climate of suspicion and undermined the fight against extremism.
A Ukip MEP has defected to the Conservatives as his former party claims he had been suspended after an investigation into “extremely serious” financial issues, evidence of which it says has been passed to the police.
Are we approaching the end of the end of the beginning?
It’s less than four months until the general election and speculation is mounting. One possible government is a Lib-Lab arrangement. Could it work?
Following the proposals for a 7-7-2 format for the debates, Labour’s prospects in May could rise or fall.
Shrinking the public sector to the size envisioned by the Conservatives could lead to widespread charging in the health service, Labour claims.
Tony Blair wrote to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to thank him for the “excellent cooperation” between the two countries’ counter-terrorism agencies following a period during which the UK and Libya worked together to arrange for Libyan dissidents to be kidnapped and flown to Tripoli, along with their families.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has died at age 90, state television reported early on Friday, with his brother Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz succeeding him as the new ruler of the world's top oil exporter.
The government is considering introducing legislation to close a loophole allowing parents in England to take their children on holidays during term-time, after a ruling by the high court left its school attendance policy in tatters.
Jeremy Corbyn will use a speech in London to urge Labour voters to lay the blame for pressures on housing, jobs and the NHS at the door of the Conservatives, instead of seizing on the EU as a scapegoat.