Oops, let's do it again...Calls are growing for a re-run of the European Union membership vote
After the divisive EU referendum result, going to the polls again could be the only credible option
He has long campaigned for the UK to leave the European Union, but would that spell the end of his political career?
Brexit campaigners claim dirty tricks have been used by the Remain camp
It's a politically divisive issue, but the majority of Britons support overseas development spending
Former deputy chairwoman given six-month ban after criticising fellow party member
Bobby Douglas also suggested a white American woman 'should paint herself black' to get into the UK
Campaigners urge Pride in London to drop 'homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic' party from line-up
Campaigners argue that the recent election 'disenfranchised millions', underlining the need for a better system
Tory cabinet suffers first post-election split while Yvette Cooper turns on Labour rivals
Conservatives win 'shock' Commons majority as Ed Miliband stands down as Labour leader
Nigel Farage unveils 'fully costed' manifesto, the 'most important document of his political life'
After tuition fees fiasco, Clegg gives five manifesto pledges 'near religious status' in any coalition deal
Polls suggest the election is too close to call as leaders of the main parties rush around the country
Is is sexist to talk of 'the women's vote', and do women really vote that differently to men?
Calls for proportional representation will come from all corners on 8 May. But there's a reason to ignore them
Janice Atkinson's chief of staff allegedly asked a restaurant in Kent to provide a marked-up invoice
From City trader to the leader of a national political party that wants to take on the Establishment
By the numbers: the life and times (and promise to stand down if he loses South Thanet) of Nigel Farage
Ukip leader Nigel Farage suggests discrimination legislation is no longer needed in the workplace