Tactical voting, fewer wasted votes and lower turnout explain why the party can win more seats with the same number of votes.
Would the Lib Dems manage to keep Nick Clegg as leader during coalition negotiations with Labour?
The Conservatives' fixation with their past triumph is a mark of their present weakness.
Shadow justice secretary departs from Labour stance by saying broadcasters should invite the party.
The shadow London minister warns that the party "will not forgive" those focused on the contest to come.
Labour should not ignore the electoral gains that a higher ethnic minority turnout could bring.
Osborne's claim of a "blackhole" in Miliband's plans is forcing his party to shout louder about its commitment to continued austerity.
George Osborne and his ministers once mocked the opposition for the goal they now boast of achieving.
The shadow chancellor remembers that it was fear of "Tory cuts" that handed Labour victory in 2001 and 2005, and denied the Conservatives a majority in 2010.
Shadow chancellor set to act before March 2016.