The Prime Minister's promise to avoid border controls could collide with the imperative of limiting EU immigration.
Talk of meltdown in the Labour party is dominating the news, but what is actually happening?
"Our job is to focus".
The former Chancellor is trying to turn science on its head to woo climate change "sceptics" from the Conservatives and Ukip.
Cameron is paranoid his spreading bald spot will be photographed from above.
The Conservatives and Labour could once boast of membership of over two million. Today the figure for both is under 200,000. The decline has deleterious practical effects for them.
The chief whip, Michael Gove, names and shames the Tory MPs who haven't yet visited Rochester and Strood to campaign against a Ukip win.
The latest iteration of Icke’s meta-narrative involves the Archons, an ancient race of reptilian psychopaths who have hijacked our perception of reality in the manner of The Matrix.
Peter Wilby’s First Thoughts.
In 2010, there was little to suggest that Ukip would comprehensively surpass the Greens. While Lucas won the seat of Brighton Pavilion, Nigel Farage came in third when he tried to oust John Bercow in Buckingham.
Powell is named vice chair of the election campaign with left-winger Trickett made a senior adviser.
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