Feels a bit too conservative, dear.
The stage seemed set for a Conservative surge, but Britain's changing policy mood got in the way.
Where the magic happens.
David Cameron knows how to make love and war ... and a simple ham salad for dinner.
A possibly accidental lame duck-to-be.
What David Cameron hoped to achieve by announcing he'd only serve two terms is a mystery.
Appearances can be misleading: Cameron’s comments were anything but casual.
In ruling out a third term, Cameron is sending a strong message to the Conservatives.
‘I’m busy that day anyway, chaps, so don’t worry about ole Nick’.
The debate shambles has reached its climax and guess who drew the short straw.
Nicola Sturgeon at the London School of Economics on March 16
The Westminster parties should take Nicola Sturgeon's comments about UK-wide social justice and the value of minority government at their word.
Not the Nine O'Clock News.
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While party leaders shun direct engagement on Twitter, other MPs are really engaged
Broadcasters have threatened to ‘empty chair’ David Cameron.
Pedro Moura Pinheiro
Common sense tells us that an election debate comes with dangers for the incumbent, but that's no excuse not to participate.
Look Sam, no mention of UKIP at all.
A look at column inches shows coverage plays into Conservative hands.
Far from “running scared”, Cameron knows where he stands.
Andrew Matthews/PA Wire
When it comes to the leaders' debates, Cameron is doing the same as prime ministers past.
Gather round, people, it’s sure to be a good show!
Many are concerned that the public is turned off politics by combat in the Commons, but a parliamentary sin bin is not the answer.
Never the twain should meet.
A grand coalition would look more like a Gothic horror story than a Disney fairy tale.
The Conservatives think they have two cards to play. They have one.
The Tories must focus on leadership and relegate the economy to a supporting role.
Getting down to work?
Jeff J Mitchell/PA Wire
We asked two academics to check the prime minister's figures on job creation.
Sub-Saharan migrants are picked up as part of the Mare Nostrum operation.
The prime minister's claim that more people died during the Mare Nostrum search and rescue operation is disingenuous.
“Read my lips: lots more austerity”
David Cameron is going to have to defend his austerity record in the weeks ahead. Did he get it right?
Heads in the clouds?
Do David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg realise that they have signed up to a drastic and global reduction in emissions?
North Korea is in a human rights spat with the US.
North Korea is outraged over an upcoming conference in Washington DC about its human rights abuses, to which it has not been invited. Pyongyang strongly denies that it has been alienating the human rights…
Let me see if I’ve got this right…
Dear Prime Minister Cameron, You recently proposed that all internet apps – and their users’ communications – be compelled to make themselves accessible to state authorities. I want to explain why this…
Until May 8, tis all just posturing.
In the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum, the UK government refused to admit to any contingency plans for relocating Trident, the four Vanguard-class submarines mounted with nuclear warheads…