Shirley Curran reports on the electrifying TV debate between the two French Presidential candidates
How Plaid Cymru abandoned some of the traditional ways of communicating with voters...
Four key things to watch out for as the results come in...
Arwen Folkes reports from North Cornwall where the battle rages between Lib Dems and Tories
Rayleen Kelly reports on her re-election bid
Mike Wood brings us up to date on the ins and outs of the Welsh election campaign...
It's amazing how we've given police and the security services the benefit of the doubt
The post-Thatcher reconstruction that never
happened under Labour is the real challenge facing Sco
Labour may be feeling gloomy about the Scottish elections but in Wales it's a rather different story
Conservative council hopeful Martine Martin predicts that Hull is set for a yellow (Lib Dem) revolut
The man heading the Labour list in North Wales has landed himself in hot water after predicting his
The man heading the Labour list in North Wales predicts his party will lose seats in Thursday's vote
Harry Giles explains why he's going to stick up two fingers at the Scottish Parliamentary elections
Come and join the New Statesman and New Media Awards crew in the rather plush surroundings of Middle Temple to discuss: “Will MPs use their Communications Allowance effectively?”
Breakfast with the prime minister plus how not to question Tony Blair...
Capability Scotland's Abigail Bremner reports on what it's like to be a disabled voter, barriers peo
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John Reid is planning to use the Blair-Brown interregnum to shovel out all the overdue business of a
Robert Kennedy believed he had a mission to combat poverty. In an exclusive extract from his book on
Questions, questions . . . Tough ones from Tony, lucrative ones from Cherie, and a killer one from a
A sideways look at life in the Westminster village
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Scotland may soon celebrate the 300th
It is too easy to believe that anyone who votes for the BNP in the 3 May elections is a racist or a
Exciting times as Sian goes head-to-head with a whale plus the glamour of a rickshaw ride in Leicest
Guest blogger Sunny accuses John Reid of jeopardising the fight against terrorism and calls on the h
Marina takes on a brewery and drinks them into defeat plus advice on keeping the Wolfowitz from the
A brief guide to the interesting contests for the late night election junkie.
This week the political blogs are obsessed, not surprisingly, with local elections but some of the e
Marrying democracy to technology, well you'd expect a few teething troubles...