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Election 2015: Ashcroft poll says Clegg on course to lose his seat – live

As fresh polling shows Clegg is heading for defeat in Sheffield, follow the latest from the campaign trail with Andrew Sparrow and the Guardian politics team*Ashcroft poll: Clegg on course to lose seat at election*Miliband pledges to end ‘epidemic of zero-hours contracts’*ONS: UK productivity growth is weakest since second world war*Election photo highlights: beer, dogs and rosettes on

Election photo highlights: beer, dogs and rosettes on day three

On the third day of campaigning, Boris Johnson launches the Conservative London campaign, Ed Miliband goes industrial in Huddersfield, and David Cameron visits a Wolverhampton brewery Continue reading...

Ed Miliband: zero-hours contracts an 'epidemic' - video

Ed Miliband promises to introduce new plans to outlaw 'exploitative' zero-hours contracts if Labour wins the general election. Speaking in Huddersfield on Wednesday, Miliband says workers on zero-hours contracts should be entitled to convert their contracts into a regular job after only three months instead of a year, the previous timeframe set out by Labour Continue reading...

Leaders' election debate: the video mash-up

Audio/visual mash-up artist Eclectic Method (aka Jonny Wilson) splices together political speeches to give us a satirical look at what the seven-way leaders' debate could look like. The topics include immigration, the country's economic policy and the question of which areas of society the new government will serve. The real debate is due to take place on Thursday Continue reading...

Boris Johnson: 'Vote Tory, get broadband. Vote Ukip, get Miliband'

The London mayor was on barnstorming form as he kicked off the Conservatives London campaign, and the crowd, including Max the Jack Russell, lapped him up Continue reading...

Nick Clegg on course to lose seat at election, according to Lord Ashcroft poll

Batch of polls in eight key Liberal Democrat seats finds party leader trailing by two points and Tories consolidating position in key south-west seats Continue reading...

Is the UK really the world's fastest growing 'major' economy?

George Osborne can correctly say that the economy grew faster than any other advanced economy – but that comes with a few caveats Continue reading...

Labour dismisses pro-Tory letter from business leaders as party political stunt

Labour says letter is ‘concocted and organised by the Conservative party to appear in Tory-supporting newspaper signed by mainly Tory donors’ Continue reading...

Labour knows it cannot risk being dragged into war with business

Analysis: while the interests of chief executives and the country may no longer be seen as synonymous, Labour knows it must tread carefully Continue reading...

Election morning briefing: 'more story lines than Downton Abbey'

That’s the New Yorker’s view of the campaign, which for Wednesday has Labour proposing to limit zero-hours contracts, and business leaders backing the Tories Continue reading...

'Kidnap Obama': Ukip candidate Jeremy Zeid replaced after outburst

Party’s nominee for London seat of Hendon had posted on Facebook that Israel should ‘do an Eichmann’ on US president after nuclear memo was declassified Continue reading...

More than 100 business leaders sign letter backing Tories

Letter to Daily Telegraph from business chiefs praises George Osborne’s lowering of corporation tax and comes as Ed Miliband attacks zero-hours contracts Continue reading...

Election 2015: Tory £5bn tax avoidance figure 'flaky' – live

Keep up with all the latest election news with Andrew Sparrow and the Guardian politics team, as the battle buses roll out across the UK*Cameron says Labour will pick voters’ pockets with taxes*Living standards key to election – data shows slowest recovery since 1920s*Lib Dems pledge £2bn extra funding for mental health*Farage: immigration has left Britain almost unrecognisable*Elect

Give zero-hours workers regular contracts after 3 months – Miliband

Labour leader plans to give employees legal right to a regular contract after 12 weeks’ continuous work but critics say employers will sack staff before deadline Continue reading...

Nick Clegg: don’t let Andreas Lubitz distort views about mental illness

As the Liberal Democrats launch their Manifesto for the Mind, party leader says equality for mental health is ‘liberal mission’ Continue reading...

Grant Shapps faces questions over expenses claim for office stationery

Parliamentary standards watchdog asked to check whether Tory chairman ‘acted in improper manner’ by charging for printing work at inflated price Continue reading...

Damning charge list of Westminster scandals

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Labour fears SNP election landslide as Scottish party post clear lead in poll

ITV News’s poll puts Nicola Sturgeon’s party on the brink of winning about 28 new seats and close to becoming Westminster’s third-largest party Continue reading...

We'll meet again: Dirty Nigel pines for the 1950s as he visits Little Britain

Ukip always took pride in its lack of professionalism but now there is also a noticeable lack of energy. Its leader has even been seen with a coffee Continue reading...

Cameron's attacks on Miliband may end up helping Labour

Cameron’s obsession with his supposedly too-weak-for-the-job rival tells us something important about the Tory leader’s own confidence, or lack thereof Continue reading...

Election morning briefing: personal digs and calculators at dawn

Welcome to our general election morning briefing. Every weekday until 7 May, we’ll review the last 24 hours’ campaigning and set you up for the day ahead Continue reading...

Lib Dems will triple statutory paternity leave to 6 weeks if re-elected

Nick Clegg and equalities minister Jo Swinson announce plan as shared parental leave is introduced across the country Continue reading...

Is David Cameron right: was the UK's deficit worse than Greece's?

PM says 2010 Britain was as badly off as struggling nation – implying the Tories have saved the UK – but context puts paid to this claim Continue reading...

Lord Ashcroft resigns from House of Lords to focus on polling and publishing

Former Tory deputy chairman says his outside interests mean he cannot devote enough time to the Lords Continue reading...

The Joey Essex and Nick Clegg ‘selfie’ portrays a political system in crisis

Our politicians have no idea how to talk to the people – that’s why they’re desperate to hitch a lift with anyone they think might have a clue Continue reading...

David Cameron says Labour will pick voters' pockets with taxes

Prime minister ramps up attacks on Ed Miliband while dismissing criticism that he is being overly partisan in his election campaigning Continue reading...

Beyond the Westminster bubble, nobody cares about the TV debates

The artificiality of the debates makes them simply a spectacle, not an exercise in accountability, and they make no difference to an election’s outcome Continue reading...

‘All right, Ed?’ Was Jeremy Paxman trying to make Miliband cry?

Allrightgate qualifies as the most awful moment of the election campaign so far. Let’s hope the next TV debate leaves such smugness behind Continue reading...

Martin Freeman: why would anyone think he isn’t a good advert for Labour?

He has proclaimed his belief in the party’s values, but not everyone is convinced. What does the Sherlock and Hobbit star have to do to prove his credentials? Continue reading...

Lutfur Rahman party could challenge Labour in East End constituencies

The bitter struggles between the Tower Hamlets mayor and the party that forsook him could extend to the general election Continue reading...


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