The government has announced that the BBC will be picking up the tab for over-75s’ free TV licences, this is wrong, and is yet another example of how pensioners seem exempt from spending cuts.
The SNP have had electoral success by bribing the middle class, not helping the poor, and they will happily push more into poverty if it advances Scottish independence.
UKIP and Nigel Farage will do the ‘out’ campaign no good, they are toxic to the moderate Eurosceptic cause.
The SNP has announced Scotland should be able to overrule the EU referendum result. This is undemocratic, and the SNP must learn to accept that Scotland voted to remain part of the UK.
I Interview the co-leader of the National Health Action Party Dr Clive Peedell, who’s standing against the Prime Minister. He calls the government’s NHS reforms 'completely bonkers'.
The SNP are set to take almost every seat in Scotland, the only way for Labour to recover would be for Ed Miliband to take a gamble he’s not prepared to take.
The real loser of the BBC’s challenger debate, was neither the Prime Minister nor any of the participants.
The Labour manifesto once again contains a reform that has little public support, and even less justification or logic behind it.
A new poll shows Farage is in danger of not winning his parliamentary seat, if this happens he’s promised to step down as UKIP’s leader.
The opinion polls are inconclusive and it’s unclear what real impact the TV debates had, but David Cameron has achieved his objectives.
Behind the Conservatives' failed immigration targets, the beginnings of a hidden leadership contest are taking place.
A row between broadcasters and the main parties means TV debates are unlikely to go ahead. This is a good thing for the standard of political debate and for British democracy - the proposals were unworkable.
The Coalition promised radical solutions to many of the problems in our democracy, but it has failed to deliver. British politics is neither more democratic nor more accountable than five years ago.
The Conservatives have failed in Scotland at successive general elections, but if the Scottish Conservatives are to ever be successful again, they need to disband and let a new centre-right party take over.
A man has put the largest bet ever on the outcome of the 2015 general election. This is just months after he bets £900,000 on the Scottish independence referendum.