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While all election campaigns are different – and this one is more different than most – there’s usually an incident or two that gives the political obsessive a pleasant reminder of bygone days. So far…
From Grant Shapps to the Cameronettes, the best and worst of the internet for the last week of #GE2015.
Why be a fan of what people expect you to be when you can embrace Milifandom instead?
If they get the Lords reform they're asking for, the Liberal Democrats might have to kiss goodbye to political influence entirely.
Working out how to solve the school place shortage will be a key priority for any new government.
Known for his Stalinist grip of NHS finances, Nicholson is now a convert to more enlightened thinking.
The Labour campaign is coming together – but it still risks falling into the same old traps.
Some say that sharing is caring. But when it comes to party political publications, sharing on social media is careless. No matter how much you agree with Labour’s latest poster or the Greens’ latest video…
A coalition negotiation has unfolded live on TV, and the incumbents quickly became irrelevant.
Election reporting is an odd genre of journalism, and there’s one phenomenon which is particularly striking: news broadcasts are suddenly filled to the brim with “ordinary people” – voters brought in for…