I can only assume theatre is in his blood, but not from my side of the family.
Anoosh Chakelian returns to the London bellwether where she grew up, and finds a fierce battle between Labour and the Conservatives.
Ukip came within inches of taking a Labour seat in Heywood & Middleton. Can they go all the way today?
The problem of poverty pay and weak income rises won't be solved just by putting Ed Miliband in Downing Street.
No - but they'd love you to take one outside.
As Rufus Scrimgeour put it: “These are dark times, there is no denying. Our world has perhaps faced no greater threat than it does today.”
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?