People listened to John Major when he was responding to hecklers.
Every candidate’s effort and commitment is a part of making this great exercise work. Each one plays his part in keeping our system vibrant and healthy.
He’s making a splash in local media, beneath the radar of Fleet Street. And it looks as though he’ll be unleashed nationally during the closing stages of the campaign.
Nicola Sturgeon’s party would win seven out of these eight seats on these figures. Douglas Alexander, Charles Kennedy, Jo Swinson – all would be out of the Commons.
Plus: Tories – too vague. UKIP – too specific. LibDems: what are they for? Why the polls could all be wrong. And: I win an award, and am baffled.
Think of today’s two main parties led in 2015 by Nicholas Soames and Denis Healey and you are part of the way there.
David Cameron will to measure any outcomes he reaches against Britain’s likely prospects in the event of Brexit. Here are three means of measuring them.
Our own prison population is set to rise to new heights. Quite aside from the moral questions that raises, there are some tricky fiscal ones too.
In this week of manifesto launches, we have seen puffy white clouds of spending promises obscure the peak of the deficit. But they will soon clear – and it will remain.
The latest piece in our series on the marginals features some intense battles – including Stockton South.
Right to Buy is back, baby, And it’s magnificent.
I was a Labour parliamentary candidate in 2010. But then I found the real party of working people.
On the future of Cameron and the date of a referendum there have been subtle but important shifts.
In the end, the Conservatives are a team. And what I am seeing around the country is that team playing at its best.