After calling Cameron ‘a dodgy prime minister’, Labour leader ‘ready’ to risk libel action by Tory treasurer
First Trident, now public spending: SNP leader says she’ll smash cosy consensus of ‘cut at all costs’
Meanwhile Ed Miliband doesn’t help himself by avoiding a Chambers of Commerce conference
Pensioner bonds extended for (Tory voting) over-65s: extra paternity leave for young (Labour voting) dads
Labour high command will be flabbergasted by his honesty: will he now come to Clegg’s defence?
Cameron bludgeons his way through PMQs, refusing to answer question about hedge funders' tax break
Balls forgets name of ‘Labour-friendly business leader’. But what’s Newsnight up to, asks Polly Toynbee
And whatever happened to David Cameron’s view that tax avoiders needed to wake up and smell the coffee?
But PM's line on academies and Three Rs comes straight from Gove – who proved ‘toxic’ with mums
Allegra Stratton package puts Labour’s Andy Burnham on the spot again over private sector competition
Let’s not out-kip Ukip, says MP David Lammy, as Labour confront an uncomfortable issue
Mordernising Health Secretary throws spanner in works by criticising Labour's NHS approach
At last he’s sounding like a proper Tory, says Mail: he’s also happy to join TV debates (with caveats)
Chancellor raises spectre of a vote for Labour being tantamount to backing Syriza’s ‘false hope’
The leader of the Greens – and of the SNP and Plaid Cymru - are now invited: it’s looking like a farce
As David Cameron heads to Scotland to unveil ‘massive transfer of power’, SNP leader has other ideas
PM risks being accused of belittling PMQs by bringing up tittle-tattle from Mail serialisation
More important to Miliband, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has risked bringing up NHS privatisation again
Even Barack Obama is calling for higher taxes on the wealthy: but what does his ‘bro’ Cameron have to say?
The economy is working again – but for who? Welby and Sentamu argue with Tories’ election strategy
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