There are two things about 2015 of which one can be reasonably certain: there will be a general election in May and it’s unlikely to produce an overall majority for either of the two big parties.
A new poll by Opinium suggests that Labour could be losing their lead as the four month mark before the election nears.
Labour is likely to be outspent by the Conservatives by a factor of three to one in the general election, the party’s election boss has admitted, but insists it can still win the tightest battle in generations through an intensive ground war built around local party activism.
The defence of Blairism by Anne McElvoy (Britain’s new generation of populists fail the Blair test, 31 December) was a timely reminder of the now very tired and tedious assumptions made by political commentators of her kind over the previous 20 years.
The Conservatives would stop public sector workers in the NHS, BBC and civil service getting six-figure redundancy packages if they win the election, the party will say on Saturday.
Devo-max is a term often used to describe a situation that would see Holyrood gain control over all areas apart from defence and foreign affairs.
The baltic country of Lithuania has become the 19th member of the EU to join the Eurozone. What does this mean in the greater scheme of things?
Ed Balls has moved to claim the centre ground in British politics, in a rebuttal to critics who claim that Labour has swung too far to the left to win this year’s general election.
Nick Clegg has denied wishing to use the popularity of his wife Miriam González Durántez to enhance the Liberal Democrats’ electoral fortunes in the couple’s first joint interview.
Last week it was announced that UK military trainers will be sent to Ukraine, but polling suggests the population rejects military involvment.
David Cameron is under pressure to justify Zac Goldsmith’s London mayoral campaign, after the leader of Muslim Conservatives called it a disgusting and risible attempt to smear Labour’s winning candidate, Sadiq Khan.
In an electrifying exchange on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the defence secretary, Michael Fallon, repeatedly refused to answer presenter Sarah Montague’s question over whether London would be safe with Sadiq Khan as its new mayor, in the light of remarks made by Fallon during the course of the election campaign.