All parties should take a step back and appreciate the significant differences between these communities.
Mayor concedes "sometimes I don't go in" after being challenged by Ken Livingstone on his LBC phone-in show.
Labour has a 16-point lead over the Tories, with the Lib Dems in fifth place behind Ukip and the Greens.
By failing to ensure companies pass on the full reduction, the PM has allowed them to boost profits at the expense of the consumer.
Labour leader denounces PM for acting as a "cheerleader" for the Pfizer-AstraZeneca deal and calls for a new public interest test.
Our research demonstrates that people aren’t ready for such significant upheaval.
The shadow business secretary admires the New Labour godfather as a champion of industrial activism.
Education Secretary says "He's been clear in his apology and I think we should leave matter there".
The party's rents policy shows that those wanting to expand, not "shrink", the offer are leading the way.
Backing tech, thinking global and reducing the tax burden for entrepreneurs will make Britain an economic world-beater once more.
There are 37 Labour target seats in which the number of privately-renting swing voters exceeds the ruling party's majority.
The lack of supply is the principal cause of unaffordable rents and house prices.
"We will tackle the cost-of-living crisis by putting a ceiling on excessive rent rises."
The Chancellor remains an unashamed neo-conservative and a champion of military intervention.
The Labour leader has offered relief to the millions who can't afford to buy and who long for security.
"The best government is a smart, effective government that plays its full part".
Almost three in 10 of all those on the contracts are looking to work more hours.
Former Mayor of London describes his old foe as "a fairly lazy tosser who just wants to be there".
Mayor of London has worked from home despite denouncing the practice as a "skivers' paradise".
Michael Gove has centralised power without any kind of mediating local tier between schools and the government.
The Labour leader's message is a smart way to turn working class voters off Farage.
After foolishly boasting that victory in the Newark by-election would force David Cameron to resign, the Ukip leader marched his troops back down the hill.
If Farage chooses to stand, his party could have a genuine chance of winning a Westminster seat for the first time.
History tells us growth doesn’t always filter to the poorest – here’s how it could.
A strong performance by Farage's party could signal to Scotland that England may vote to leave the EU in a future in/out referendum.
The uncomfortable truth is that for most people, the recovery hasn't even begun.
A senior party source rejects Farage's suggestion that Miliband would be forced to guarantee a vote.
Labour leader appoints negotiating team and urges the PM to stop "dragging his feet" and sign up to three debates.
Cameron won't repeat Romney's gaffes and enjoys the advantage of incumbency.