Pressure grows on leader after poor election results, but Clegg insists he will not walk away
Ukip is stealing support and Ed is not impressing voters: will local elections tell a different story?
Telegraph blogger goes ballistic over Labour’s new party political spoof. Does he have a point?
And Labour peer warns that Miliband will suffer too if he doesn't address working-class voters' concerns
Number of people receiving food parcels almost tripled last year, but ministers deny benefits cut link
Nick Clegg has pandered to detractors, adds Jeremy Browne
Whatever happened to the blue-eyed boy of the 2010 debates? Even his own supporters think Farage won
Anti-EU leader triumphed by channelling popular outrage at political elite, experts say
A 'significant milestone' in the fight for equality, but opinion remains divided
He may have been sweating - but he didn't 'look nuts' and he's staked his claim as UK's leading Eurosceptic
The savings and pensions Budget went down well - but was it the game-changer Osborne needed?
He needs the money – and he needs to refute Labour's charge that he's only out to help the rich
'Are you employing - or have you ever employed - a foreign cleaner?' It's the new 'McCarthy' question
Lib Dem and Ukip leaders to go head to head on radio and television in 'great battle of the minnows'
PM is trying to placate his angry right-wing – and also tempt voters who prefer single-party government
Ukip leader hopes it will lead to him being included in televised leaders' debates at 2015 general election
Lib Dem leader has gone off ‘ideological’ Tories and now fancies ‘more realistic’ Labour
Smoking in a car full of kids is 'stupid' says deputy PM, but a new law isn't the answer
Amnesty says move is 'long overdue' but polls suggest nearly half of voters are opposed
MP Mike Hancock accused of exposing himself to disabled constituent but party 'did not act on claim'