Labour denies ‘personal attack’ after Tories slam ‘provocative and shameful’ foreign affairs speech
Should George Osborne really be invoking foreign investment bankers in support of a Tory victory?
It may be ‘helpful’ to see Labour lose seats to the SNP, but ‘it threatens the integrity of our country’
‘You wouldn’t get Herod to run a baby farm, would you?’ asks Boris as Tories reach for scare tactics
Fighting back, Team Cameron even tried selling the idea that the PM had not been invited
Former chief Sir David Nicholson says the dire state of the NHS will become apparent this autumn
Referendum could go ahead without David Cameron having chance to win news terms of membership
Conservatives are the party of working people, Cameron declares as ‘role reversal week’ continues
Miliband promises fiscal rectitude while Cameron pledges inheritance tax relief and extra NHS funds
Has Aussie strategist failed to understand that many Brits want to vote Tory but feel guilty about doing so?
Highly personal attack shows Tories still intent on making Miliband's suitability as PM the key issue
Labour puts the ball in Tories’ court: will they do anything about wealthy foreigners evading tax?
Former PM's support for Miliband is seen as a double-edged sword - though he might tempt 'soft Tories'
The more seats the SNP can take from the Labour, the better the chances of Cameron remaining PM
Cameron goes into TV debate with more business leaders signing up to anti-Labour message
So, whatever happened to the PM’s pledge to make sunshine the day in UK politics?
Cameron says ‘every working family’ faces an extra £3,000 tax bill if Labour win the election… Hmmm...
As Labour’s election campaign kicks off at Olympic Park, Ed’s spin doctors try to inject a little sunshine
Not one but two Machiavellian plots uncovered: Miliband was led into the VAT trap, it transpires
Cameron 'wins' final PMQs before election – and it could be last ya-boo session of its kind if Ed has his way
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