OBR warns that public spending squeeze will be tougher than anything seen in past five years
While Nicola Sturgeon tells LSE students it’s a chance ‘to keep the Tories out of power’
Shapps should be concentrating on decapitating Ukip: instead he’s got a personal ‘screw-up’ to deal with
It may be a storm in a teacup, but it doesn’t help Ed as he tries to regain initiative on household energy bills
Candidate resigns from party in wake of dodgy donor sting - but still wants to stand as independent
Just don’t call her Justine Thornton, the name she normally goes by: Labour wants no confusion
Balls warns of unprecedented cuts if Tories are returned to power - but is he crying wolf again?
Lib Dems say if Cameron won’t defend coalition’s record on TV, then Nick Clegg will step in
‘No more obsessing over caps,’ says Farage, as he ditches party’s call for a 50,000-a-year limit
Despite a chorus of complaints from senior Tories, PM remains 'defiant' about manifesto target
PM targets Generation Rent with cut-price starter homes as talk grows of a second general election
And will a cut in tuition fees win Labour more young voters – or just drive away angry pensioners?
Backlash grows as academic points out that Greens vote with their hearts and don’t trust the media
Malcolm Rifkind is not the first Conservative member for Kensington to leave under a cloud
Labour leader uses latest ‘cash for access’ scandal to push for a ban on MPs earning second incomes
Lib Dem leader blamed for nursery charges rising to average £6,000 - among highest in the West
New figures show economy grew by 2.6% in 2014 – Britain’s best performance since 2007
Unholy row develops as Church leaders send out advice to parishes on how to vote like a Christian on 7 May
But can he help boost Labour’s economic credibility when Ed Balls is fretting over gardeners’ receipts?
‘Everyone does it’ says Tory party treasurer as Ed Miliband wins tax avoidance clash on points
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