The Conservatives hold just one seat for Scotland in Westminster, but starting with the help of a 26
As in "Cleggmania". And "Tigermania". And "Twilight-mania".
A hung parliament with a large Lib Dem contingent is far better news for the Tories than for Labour.
Douglas Alexander talks to James Macintyre
“Will we win on 6 May? At the moment, it doesn’t look like it”
To play the Dimbleby is a role that should be attempted only by an actor of Blessedian insensitivity, and to no one's surprise I collapsed a mere
Cleggmania has galvanised British politics. But it would be a mistake to write off the Labour Party
If Cameron loses the election, his modernisation of the Conservatives will be deemed a failure and h
Ignore Cameron and Osborne’s scare tactics about the dangers of not reducing the Budget deficit as s
"Cleggalomaniac." "Vote for Clegg is vote for Brussels." "Clegg in Nazi slur on Britain." "Clegg, the donors and payments to his bank account." The Sun and Daily Mail don't do things by halves.
New Labour’s mistake was to change the ends of Labour politics, not the means. To avoid the disaster
The most unpredictable election campaign in modern times moves chaotically towards its close, with David Cameron "ambushed" by the parent of a disabled child, and Gordon Brown overheard disparaging one woman voter as a "bigot"
Our critic's verdict on the (other) party political broadcasts.
Stephen Hopkins to imagine Tory future.
On the campaign trail with Green Party leader Caroline Lucas.
The Scottish National Party has set out plans to launch legal action against the BBC over its exclus
The Liberal Democrats understand, as the public does,
that our politics is broken. Now, the nation
Christian fundamentalists form a noisy wing of the Conservative Party, and their influence is growin
Gardeners understand that a late frost can kill off early growth. It is the same in the first days o
Sorry, Nick: America just isn't ready for Cleggmania.
I don't know Gordon Brown - do you? I don't know Dave Cameron, either, not even remotely. As for Nick Clegg, he's an enigma - albeit not one I feel driven to solve.
Labour’s deputy leader talks to James Macintyre about Cleggmania and Cameron’s “arrogance”.
Inside Lib Dem HQ, there is talk of the party providing Cameron with "supply and confidence" in the
As I write, opinion polls predict a three-way split in the election result.