The former PM, a pro-European to his manicured fingertips, appears to make a pitch for the job
While Ukip prepare to target Westminster seats, is it time the Lib Dems withdrew from the coalition?
'You have to go back to 1980s to find an opposition making so few gains,' says polling expert
Latest figures make nonsense of Cameron's pledge to reduce net immigration to under 100,000 a year
Latest figures play into Ed Miliband's hands – though he appears out-of-touch with his own family finances
Labour leader walking on egg-shells as evidence mounts that Ukip IS attracting Labour voters
Unemployment figures down, interests rates to stay low, Tories ahead in the polls: not a good day for Ed
Two polls show a sudden drop in Labour support just as Obama's election guru flies into town
Cameron goes banging on about Europe while Labour regain their seven-point lead in the polls
Neither Downing St nor Auntie want to address the sticky licence fee question on the eve of an election
Tory press is coming down on rent controls and rail renationalisation – but Labour has public on side
But just because the Ukip leader isn't standing doesn't mean his party won't give the Tories a scare
'Fairness' on the agenda as rising growth fails to bring 'feel good factor' to enough of the population
And Labour peer warns that Miliband will suffer too if he doesn't address working-class voters' concerns
Tory spin-doctors go straight into action as Labour seeks advice in US on countering press smears
Decision expected from London mayor soon: which seat will he get and why would he do it?
Blair's spin-doctor accuses Cameron of insincerity: but was it an appeal to Ukip defectors?
If wages are shown to be outstripping inflation, Labour's cost-of-living argument collapses
Former Deputy Speaker believes we need statute of limitations – and anonymity for those accused
But the real winner from yesterday's Cabinet coup is George Osborne: will Boris ever catch up?
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