Some light jazz plinked through the airless hall before the Miliband 12.0 relaunch.
Nigel Farage has said Ukip will keep the NHS free at the point of use after he was caught on camera saying it should move towards an insurance-based system run by private companies.
John Major is to warn that Britain is in danger of stumbling out of the EU in a divorce that would be “final”.
A new poll by Lord Ashcroft suggests that Mark Reckless, the former Conservative MP, is to become UKIP’s second MP.
The genteel cobbled lanes of Rochester, which have witnessed rebellion and conformity in turn over the centuries, are a natural venue for the defining political battle of the day.
Ed Miliband has slumped to his lowest ever poll rating and the Conservatives have a three-point lead over Labour, according to a new poll.
Just when Labour leader Ed Miliband thought it couldn't get any worse, he gets an endorsement from former Prime Minister (and Labour leader) Tony Blair.
Lib Dem health minister, Norman Lamb, has urged the Chancellor to find £1.5bn of extra funding before the next election to ensure the NHS does not "crash".
Tony Blair offered some support for Ed Miliband on Tuesday when he said that the Labour leader was “robust enough” to deal with the criticism from MPs that he is failing to connect with voters.
Margaret Hodge, the British scourge of corporate tax evasion, has accused the European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, of hypocrisy and demanded he explain whether he personally authorised tax avoidance schemes that were rife in Luxembourg during his premiership of the principality.
Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative London mayoral candidate, has denied that attempts to link his Labour opponent, Sadiq Khan, to the antisemitism row surrounding former mayor Ken Livingstone amount to “dog-whistle politics”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is unlikely to visit Wales to help his party hang on to power in next week’s assembly elections after a trip was cancelled at the last moment amid the furore over Ken Livingstone’s comments on Hitler and Zionism.
Ken Livingstone has said he will use a 1983 book by an American Marxist to defend himself against accusations of antisemitism and bringing the Labour party into disrepute.