Autumn Statement was supposed to set Tories on road to victory – but voters say he’s being extreme
Cuts will be so severe that Nato could classify our reduced forces not as an army, but a gendarmerie
Exclusive: Met Commissioner needs more officers to combat increased threat on London streets
The Tories needed a game-changer from George Osborne this week. Did he deliver? Don’t bank on it
And Clegg’s absence suggests there may be no second coalition if Tories can pull off election victory
Treasury watchdog forecasts 'eye-wateringly' tight cuts to public spending over the next five years
Chancellor pulls a rabbit out of the hat with stamp duty reform – but hides one crucial forecast
Cash for NHS and roads masks bad news on borrowing (and it’s odd how many roads serve coalition seats)
Investment in Stonehenge tunnel and M25 among plans to improve network – but will they go ahead?
As Labour lead dwindles and PM drives himself into a corner, Brexit looks increasingly possible
Far from offering tax cuts, George Osborne looks likely to be promising even more austerity
George Osborne makes death a little cheaper by dropping an unpopular pension 'death tax'
Cameron offers two major tax breaks in conference speech - but already there's a dispute over the cost
Two of Cameron’s former aides question his leadership style after terrible start to conference
Opinion polling for a one-off referendum is tricky: there's no previous record of voters' intentions
Out of the wetsuit into the fire: Cameron must face truth about Ukip's ambitions for the general election
But Alistair Darling will regret being forced to say: 'Of course we could use the pound…'
If Miliband can hold on to this lead, it would give him an 86-seat majority in 2015 general election
'It may all go wrong,' says Boris Johnson, but 'in all probability' he'll run for MP at the next election