Just six per cent of voters regard the EU as one of the most "important issues" facing Britain.
Read the Prime Minister's speech promising to renegotiate Britain's membership of the EU and hold a referendum in 2017.
The latest round of welfare cuts will accelerate the rise in homelessness and leave low-income families struggling to find rented accomodation.
The questions the PM will face on renegotiation, the referendum and withdrawal.
It all depends on how you assume those who say "don't know" will vote when the election actually happens.
Lib Dem rebels table amendment to Welfare Uprating Bill calling for benefits to increase in line with average earnings, rather than Osborne's 1 per cent.
It’s easy to claim richer students are more confident because of their superior education, but it may be more accurate to say they’re more confident because they’re rich.
Kenneth Baker launches damning attack on the Education Secretary in an interview with the New Statesman.
PM says that only "the parties that are going to form the government" should be included if the debates are repeated in 2015.
The Conservatives' net migration target is wrong but the centre-left cannot ignore the question of numbers.