The race now moves onto supporting nominations from constituency Labour parties: who will emerge the strongest?
Labour are still haunted by the past, the Conservatives have no plan for housing in the forseeable future, and the first leaders' debates looks likely to be a snoozefest.
Black is white. War is peace. Madness is sanity.
The Conservatives are releasing a poster warning against SNP influence over Labour.
Tories are pushing the Prime Minister to consider how he could work with Salmond's party in a hung parliament.
Russian attempts to blame the West or Ukrainian fascists for the crisis in Ukraine are nonsense, but if we don't stay true to our values, we'll hand the Kremlin another PR victory.
Rochdale Labour MP, Simon Danczuk, said that Labour's north London elite view of the world doesn't play in Rochdale, Rotherham, Rugby - or anywhere else begining with an "r" outside the M25.
The picture at two recent conferences was the same: despair, anger, and a lack of ideas.
The broadcasters have reached an accord over the debates, but who's the winner here?
The broadcasters and party leaders have at last agreed to a schedule and format for the TV debates.
Howard League's Frances Crook accuses the Prison Service of being "immature and petulant" for cancelling her visits to privately run prisons.
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