The SNP is disproportionately targeting Labour-run local authorities, a local councillor claims.
A Greek schoolteacher describes the response in Greece to Syriza's victory, and warns the European left to look closer at the triumphant party's "peculiar socialism".
Backbench anti-EU MPs like David Nuttall could hold the balance of power in the next Parliament.
Senior MPs secretly filmed by journalists deny that they have broken the rules in a "cash for access" sting.
The broadcasters have announced their plans for the television debates, after an FA Cup style draw.
Cameron's promise creates a new dividing line with Labour and the Lib Dems, who would means-test some payments.
The Conservatives' negative approach reveals a party bereft of ideas or empathy for working families.
The political outsider running to be a mayoral candidate discusses his MP opponents, Margaret Hodge's "political malice", and why it's "really patronising" to call for a non-white mayor.
New plans from the Home Secretary aim to introduce a "British values" test for foreigners seeking to work, study and attend business meetings in the UK.
The new measure encourages the perception that the party is for some, not for all.
What is the point of citizenship?
The co-founder of openDemocracy argues that "this is a constitutional moment" - on the 800th birthday of Magna Carta, there is appetite across the political spectrum for a new consitution and democratic settlement. Labour's leader should not be afraid of offering one.
The Lib Dems are polling more strongly than public polls suggest. They could hold onto as many as 35 seats in May.
Young people are still frustrated – but the genre's revival shows a universal urban discontent.
A damning report by the House of Lords condemns the UK's failure to take the Russian threat and Ukraine crisis seriously.
The former Labour Business Secretary is to warn Labour about their imminent higher education pledge.
Life (and death) on Mars.
The fragmentation of the UK party system is reawakening divisions on electoral reform.
The latest party donation figures show the Labour party's biggest donation, aside from the unions, is in staff secondments from the huge accountancy firm slammed by the Public Accounts Committee.
Ashcroft polls show Ukip are competitive in three seats where the Tories won by big majorities in 2010.
The Nordic moral.
Ukip voters care less about policy than supporters of any other party.
In light of Russia's seizure of Crimea and fighting in Ukraine, the Defence Secretary warns that the Baltics may be next.
Labour’s candidate for Carlisle on being a political outsider, why we need more working-class voices in politics, and how her background helps her campaign.
It’s only news if you’ve compared lone polls to all the others, compare it to that pollster’s past and know each firm’s outliers.
Shadow transport secretary toughens party's stance, vowing that "the public sector will be running sections of our rail network".
How growing political inequality threatens our democracy and why a civic duty to vote could make a difference.
The active economy in Wales shows an alternative to the Tory laissez-faire model.
The discovery that the big six energy firms' loyal customers save less gives Labour a chance to flaunt its more successful policy plan.
The Independent Commission on Local Government Finance has warned that local services could "collapse" due to cuts.