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Tax avoidance costs the UK billions. It's time to put it on the agenda for the election.
No political party ever truly wins the social media war. All they can hope for is to survive without shooting themselves in the foot.
No sooner had Ed unveiled his £6,000 tuition fees policy than Jim confirmed the Labour agenda was different in Scotland. It shows how entrenched the differences now are north and south of the border
The Tories must focus on leadership and relegate the economy to a supporting role.
As polling day approaches, the main parties face an electorate that is deeply dissatisfied with politicians in general. It’s best to be cautious about reading too much into polls but the latest two do…
Polling at 8% two months before polling day hardly bodes well – can the Lib Dems stop the bleeding?
Election campaign coverage is an odd genre, made up of game show, satire and soap opera in equal measures. It tends to be about one of three topics: the election horse race; slinging mud and poking fun…