The cassette tape threw Dan and Fiona into a terrible panic.
As the general election 2015 results unfold, here are a few things that the numbers may have overlooked.
The Conservatives want you to think that their programme is nasty but necessary. They're half right.
There is a kind of brilliant madness to the idea that the best people to decide the direction of a large country are all of the people that live in it.
The central argument in favour of our present system – that it guarantees strong and decisive government – was undermined in the 2010 election and will be shattered in this one.
Peter Robinson has declared his first prerequisite for his party's support in the event of a hung parliament. What does it mean, and how would it work?
It's finally here! Catch up on our election coverage below and join us overnight as the results come in.
In their different ways, Cameron and Ed Miliband are both ultimate party insiders. We face a hell of a muddle.
This was the campaign that saw the network media recognition of smaller parties - and they weren't quite prepared.
The English Collective of Prostitutes has created a pledge for sex worker rights – find out who supports it.
The most successful manifestations of style and fashion may be defined not by conformity, but by otherness, writes Harper's Bazaar editor Justine Picardie.