Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses four main parties of failing to inform voters of their plans for the country
Is is sexist to talk of 'the women's vote', and do women really vote that differently to men?
Ed Miliband says he would scrap the non-dom status that has become 'a symbol of tax avoidance' in the UK
Former SNP leader says the party would come out against the Conservatives in a vote of confidence
Home Secretary said to be determined to stop ‘faintly ridiculous’ Boris Johnson leading the Conservatives
Having seen off Norman Baker, Theresa May is now digging in her heels with another colleague, Sajid Javid
Stealing Lib Dem tax policy may have been a mistake: Cameron needs Clegg to win back 'switchers'
Cameron offers two major tax breaks in conference speech - but already there's a dispute over the cost
Theresa May announces 'terrorist Asbos' as Labour and the Conservatives rally their partly loyalists
Two of Cameron’s former aides question his leadership style after terrible start to conference
Scheme will create a 'level playing field' among pupils, but others argue the money could have been better spent
Tories and Lib Dems had been at odds on on new powers to seize passports of returning jihadist fighters
Tory optimists have been sustained by the belief that Ukip will fade: but polls suggest that won't happen
Labour felt it had to erect 'Iron Dome' against personal attacks being planned by Tory HQ
TV documentary shows former whip admitting that scandals involving 'small boys' could be hushed up
Conservatives in buoyant mood: does Labour really look like an alternative government?
Upcoming vote will give people a chance to make their feelings clear about the EU and immigration
Tory spin-doctors go straight into action as Labour seeks advice in US on countering press smears
PM is trying to placate his angry right-wing – and also tempt voters who prefer single-party government
Risk of Ukip splitting Tory vote in 2015 increases: what's the message for the four party leaders?