We were at the New Inn when Dave realised he had blown it. The result from Tooting flashed up and, frowning, he almost shouted: "That doesn't look so clever, honey-bun."
Most would agree that television elbowed the print media out of the frame during this year's election and stomped on the toes of bloggers, tweeters and Mumsnetters alike.
Chris Harvie on the many faces of the Prime Minister.
There is a pathos to the struggles of Gordon Brown. Friends “mourn” for him, but the Prime Minister
World is looking to Britain for decisive action, Cameron says.
With every election, a special breed of people who live by getting it right comes into its own. Meet
It’s election time, and the front-runner thinks it has the edge –– just –– over its opponents. But t
With Clegg and the Lib Dems pointing the way to progressive, three-party politics, Cameron seems to
The election campaign hasn’t been all surface effects. There’s been a bit of philosophy at times, to
You may not believe me, and it matters not a jot, for I care only about the result rather than issues of credit, but everything has gone entirely to plan.
Ed Balls, Gordon Brown’s closest ally, talks to Mehdi Hasan about Labour values, being hated and whe
We need a Labour-Lib Dem coalition committed to electoral reform to seize this progressive moment.
If David Cameron fails to deliver a clear victory for the Conservative Party, his so-called modernis
Does Gillian Duffy exist? The question is not as foolish or frivolous as it may seem.
“In a coalition, Alistair Darling could be prime minister”
"Sir" George Osborne's public profile is close to zero after David Cameron sensibly locked the shadow chancellor in Tory Towers to avoid frightening the horses.
Party leaders come face to face with participatory democracy.
We shouldn’t get overexcited by talk of a revival in the leftist alliance –– not just yet. The rift
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".
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"
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