UK politics is no longer a political tango for two, as this party leaders’ debate illustrated.
Voters in the UK are again looking beyond the traditional two-party system and look set to put paid to a famous proposition of political science.
‘Stone, scissors, paper.’
Ruling out a Labour arrangement with the Scottish nationalists will matter little after the election.
Which football team do I support again?
Ordinary bloke or posh twit? Meet the ancient Greek David Cameron.
Yes, the environment can be a vote winnner.
Labour leader didn't bash Cameron as hard as predicted on Libya.
Can I get a hell yes?
Labour leader has capitalised on low expectations to become a real contender for Number 10.
The ‘Socialist Car of State’.
Photo made available courtesy of the BFI.
Archive videos show the Conservative rhetoric on Labour economic mismanagement hasn't changed much.
Nicola Sturgeon unveiling the SNP manifesto on April 20.
Not much of the SNP manifesto would make Labour choke, and some rougher areas just got smoother.
High five to the people at home.
The Labour campaign is coming together – but it still risks falling into the same old traps.
It’s four-wheel-drive or no deal, guys.
Miliband is resisting, but he may need the SNP. Here's what could be on Nicola Sturgeon's wish list.
Looking for a reason to vote? Scotland’s greatest philosopher might have the answer.
Those who loathe politicians may be right or wrong, but no greater an authority than David Hume would still say you should vote for them.
The faces of a new government?
A coalition negotiation has unfolded live on TV, and the incumbents quickly became irrelevant.
Hold the front page!
The Daily Telegraph
It’s not often that you see journalists openly criticise each other. For sure, there is the well documented ideological antipathy that exists between the Daily Mail and the Guardian, for example, but criticism…
All in for renewable energy.
Labour's green jobs numbers add up, but the picture's less clear on fracking.
Why don’t they trust me?
Both major parties have tried to address their key weaknesses head on – but it's too late to change voters’ perceptions.
Our experts crunch the evidence on Labour's big ticket policies.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
Labour's health manifesto does not rule out all NHS privatisation, despite vowing to protect service's public status.
Will non-doms be driven away?
Labour has pledged to get rid of the centuries-old non-dom rule.
It’s all balanced books from now on.
Labour has become the first of the three bigger parties to publish an election manifesto. And while the document reiterates familiar themes, it also presents something of a departure. The emphasis is very…
There’s an energised debate over power sources in Wales.
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Plaid looks left as energy manifesto fuels talk of a Green-SNP alliance.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron outside Number 10 Downing Street, where he’ll be able to remain should there be a hung parliament.
Britain looks set for another hung parliament after the May 7 election – a prospect that gets people surprisingly muddled. Australia could teach Britain's leaders a lesson in caretaker governments.