Australia introduces tough new rules to punish parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated
The acclaimed author of the Tin Drum and a figure of 'enduring controversy' has passed away aged 87
Spring hunting season set to begin after a closely contested referendum pitted conservation against tradition
Miliband promises fiscal rectitude while Cameron pledges inheritance tax relief and extra NHS funds
As YouGov shows Labour ahead, Tories need to fix in 24 days what they haven’t in five years. Tricky
New poll suggests tactical voting could upset Nicola Sturgeon's dreams of a total Labour wipeout
Animal rights groups say the event will cause a considerable amount of stress to the reclusive birds
‘Tangled’ love life of Ed Miliband and Stephanie Flanders will do no harm to Labour leader's image
Has Aussie strategist failed to understand that many Brits want to vote Tory but feel guilty about doing so?
Ed even beats Dave in personal rating. But Labour activists will be told: ‘Keep your feet on the ground’
The departure of its 'moral and engaging' director will be a great blow to the institution, critics say
Male relatives of sex offenders likely to commit similar crimes and could be offered 'preventative therapy'
Highly personal attack shows Tories still intent on making Miliband's suitability as PM the key issue
Ashcroft’s new surveys in Tory-held marginals point to Labour emerging as the largest party - by a whisker
Charities criticise poster campaign, saying it reinforces message that women are to blame for sexual assault
Labour puts the ball in Tories’ court: will they do anything about wealthy foreigners evading tax?
With four weeks to go, Cameron is leaving it very late, veteran forecaster warns Telegraph readers
Don McLean promises to 'divulge everything there is to divulge' as he auctions original manuscript
Colouring-in enjoys a 'remarkable renaissance' thanks to its new fan-base of stressed-out adults
Former PM's support for Miliband is seen as a double-edged sword - though he might tempt 'soft Tories'