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Vince Cable eyes 'substantial role' in event of future coalition government

Business secretary Cable criticises Ed Miliband’s ‘very poor judgment’ and says he is ready to ‘stomach’ another five years with Tories Continue reading...

So after the scare tactics, do English voters really see the SNP as a threat?

Exeter is a key target for the Tories but their efforts to raise the spectre of Labour in cahoots with the Scottish nationalists are finding little favour Continue reading...

Election 2015: As a German, I’m amazed at this campaign. You obsess over selfies but are ignoring the big issues like Europe

From a German point of view, the debate in the UK appears to be crushingly parochial. Why does nobody speak about the big topics: Britain’s relation to the EU, the US, Vladimir Putin’s Russia? Continue reading...

Milifans and William Hague as 007: please, make it all stop…

Fatigue is setting in on all sides of the campaign as the need for sleep trumps the desire to win Continue reading...

Election 2015: What is happening to polling in Scotland?

Robert Ford’s guide to the Sturgeon surge: there has been a dramatic shift since the referendum as the SNP has attracted Labour voters to its cause Continue reading...

Ed Miliband: I’ll peg private rent rises to inflation

Labour promises a cap on rent rises for 11 million people while David Cameron sets out his ‘2020 vision’ for black and minority ethnic Britons Continue reading...

Election 2015: ‘They want to bypass telling you, so they can get your support.’ Voters want straight answers on where the welfare axe will fall

The main parties are committed to cuts but have said little about the detail. But expert analysis says the Tory plans could be daunting, and opponents fear they will be deep and wide-ranging Continue reading...

Conservative support slips but party stays just ahead of Labour

Tories go into last 10 days of campaign with 34% against Labour’s 33%, encouraging belief that momentum is behind Ed Miliband Continue reading...

‘Disgraceful’ Tory attacks on the SNP are endangering union, say top Lib Dems

Attempts to woo Ukip voters by demonising Scottish nationalists will backfire, say Danny Alexander and David Steel Continue reading...

Nick Clegg’s rules on coalition-building are ‘absurd’, says constitutional expert

Lib Dem leader is wrong to question the legitimacy of a government formed by the second-largest party in parliament, says Professor Vernon Bogdanor Continue reading...

Is it West Ham? Or is it Villa? Cameron mocked on Twitter as he forgets which team he backs

Prime minister faces mockery after making football slip-up before an audience in south London Continue reading...

Keith Vaz helped kill a 90s probe into the Greville Janner claims: why is he silent now?

The MP was among those whose support for Lord Janner stifled an investigation into child-abuse allegations. Vaz should admit his error Continue reading...

Election 2015: Miliband issues warning about healthcare under Tories

*David Cameron blames ‘brain fade’ for getting his football team wrong*Gordon Brown warns over ‘chaos and constitutional crisis’ of voting SNP*Ed Miliband warns of ‘stealth privatisation’ of healthcare under Tories*David Cameron sets out his vision for BME communities*Ashcroft poll reveals Tories on course to gain Rochester & Strood*Nicola Sturgeon launches SNP’s women’s pledge*Lunc

Gordon Brown warns over 'chaos and constitutional crisis' of voting SNP

Former Labour prime minister says Nicola Sturgeon’s party want to force another referendum on Scottish independence Continue reading...

David Cameron blames 'brain fade' for getting his football team wrong

Sports stars, politicians and football fans react with amused disbelief after PM says he supports West Ham United when he is in fact an Aston Villa fan Continue reading...

Brain fade: ‘Aston Villa fan’ David Cameron confuses his team for West Ham - video

David Cameron appears to have suffered from a' brain fade' on Saturday, mistaking his 'beloved' Aston Villa football club for West Ham United. During his speech about black and ethnic minority communities in Britain, Cameron says, 'you can support Man Utd, the West Indies and Team GB all at the same time - of course I'd rather you supported West Ham. 'The only similarity between the two Premier Le

Clive Peedell: 'I want to challenge David Cameron over NHS'

Health service champion running to be MP for Witney aims to bring fears about privatisation home to the prime minister Continue reading...

Nigel Farage using sleeping pills to deal with back pain

Ukip leader says he has undergone regular hospital treatment and is taking Temazepam Continue reading...

Tory attacks on Ed Miliband are failing, says pollster Ashcroft

Labour leader has shown ‘a good deal of resilience in the face of some rather unseemly attacks’, Conservative peer claims Continue reading...

David Cameron dodges debate with candidate campaigning for NHS

Clive Peedell of National Health Action party says PM’s team used influence to bar him, another candidate and a photographer from Witney event Continue reading...

Boozy Farage holds impromptu victory party after Thanet poll boost

Celebratory, if slightly cacophonous mood at Ramsgate restaurant points to Ukip leader’s renewed confidence about election chances after campaign wobble Continue reading...

Cameron 'bears some responsibility' for crisis in Libya, says Miliband

Labour leader’s criticism of poor post-war planning after overthrow of Gaddafi supported by leading diplomats Continue reading...

Nicola Sturgeon used to be a ‘historical fiction geek’. But not any more

The SNP leader has brushed up her reading list, and why not? Leaders who love books are a reason to rejoice Continue reading...

Labour to call on Michael Heseltine if it wins election

The former Conservative deputy prime minister is being lined up by the shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna, to advise Labour in government Continue reading...

The Guardian view on Britain’s choice 2015: immigration

If we are to live in a society at ease with itself, politicians must find a more constructive language Continue reading...

Celebrities sign statement of support for Caroline Lucas – but not the Greens

Artists, business leaders and scientists endorse Caroline Lucas’s re-election to Brighton Pavilion but refrain from backing her party nationally Continue reading...

Who will win the general election? The pollsters predict

Uncertainty remains, but with less than two weeks to the election, Britain’s top pollsters believe Ed Miliband now has more options to become PM Continue reading...

At Chatham House, I thought perhaps Labour got the ‘right’ Miliband after all

He showed a depth of knowledge and a genuine interest in the detail and the dilemmas that suggested he understands foreign policy actually matters Continue reading...

That was the election week that was: Friday 24 April

From Tory scaremongering about a Labour-SNP deal to Miliband’s growing teenage fan base, Andrew Sparrow rounds up the week’s campaigning Continue reading...

Tories' right to buy 'could dent public finances and reduce social housing'

IFS sounds warning over flagship Tory policy, saying sale of best council stock also risks widening gulf between rich and poor Continue reading...


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