A Panelbase poll puts the SNP ahead in both Holyrood and Westminster elections in Scotland. It also puts the Scottish Greens on track to win 9 seats
A radical change to the voting system at Westminster, entailing parliamentary bills being passed in a more proportional way, should be introduced to resolve the row over English-only laws, the Liberal Democrats will say on Friday.
One in six London Labour MPs has now publicly expressed doubts about Ed Miliband’s plan to impose a mansion tax on homes worth more than £2m, as Glenda Jackson joined those attacking the policy.
The former BNP leader has been expelled from his party for a variety of reasons.
David Cameron fired off much of his pre-election armoury on Wednesday, promising £7bn of tax cuts by 2020 aimed primarily at those on above average incomes and not backed by any new sources of funding.
The millionaire former Tory donor Arron Banks has announced a tenfold increase in his planned donation to Ukip – to £1m – after William Hague said he had not heard of him.
The Conservatives have promised to increase the income tax threshold further, something the Liberal Democrats have campaigned supported for years.
As most of the world rallies against the political decision to conduct air strikes against IS, I spoke to an activist in Raqqa living under IS rule. His perspective was a little different
After years of campaigning a new law introduced today makes it easier for families of missing people to declare their loved ones dead
Nigel Farage has tried to embarrass David Cameron on the day of his speech to the Tory conference by announcing that a former donor to the party, who has likened EU membership to a “first-class ticket on the Titanic”, has decided to support Ukip.
On a London council estate last week, Zac Goldsmith – the Conservatives’ mayoral candidate – launched his manifesto with pledges on transport, housing and jobs. When he sits down to talk to reporters, no one asks about any of that.
Anyone who watched Jeremy Corbyn’s rambling, and rather second-rate, EU speech will have wondered how he became Labour leader.
George Osborne has issued a stark warning that mortgage rates will rise if Britain leaves the European Union.