Scotland’s only elected representative of UKIP is to stand in the same constituency as Alex Salmond in the upcoming 2015 election.
The BCC has warned politicians of the dangers of pre-vote politics and shameful ‘point scoring’.
A House Of Commons report has made the case that e-voting should have a place in UK politics. Could it happen?
The former Lib Dem minister, Norman Baker, has revealed drug proposals that he claims were removed from a report. There needs to be a discussion on drugs.
Young voters are more concerned with practical help with the cost of living than issues such as the environment, immigration, tax avoidance and Britain’s membership of the EU, according to a poll of under 25-year-olds.
The chief secretary to the Treasury is the cabinet minister responsible for controlling public expenditure and number two to the reigning chancellor.
An new Guardian-ICM poll suggests that most Scots want Holyrood to be able to set corporation tax rates. The poll also reiterates the surge of the SNP.
Proposals to introduce ‘pop-up’ courts Labour hope will solve the issues created by Grayling’s austerity measures
Political pundits are hedging their bets as never before. Their crystal balls reveal only a thick fog of uncertainty.
They are pro-European, socially liberal, regard unemployment and poverty as more important issues than race relations or immigration, and the vast majority are regular users of social media.