Janet Bush is told Oliver Letwin is doing nothing
Sedgemore's last service, Soames explains his trilby, and Blair photo spotted at last
James Buchan rates the politicians of Norfolk
Election issue of the week - An inflow of young people is good for an economy that needs workers. Ru
Eight years ago their ideas dominated the political agenda, but today Britain's environmental groups
If al-Qaeda had been around when I was growing up in Ipswich, I would have joined it.
Election views - Helen Cross finds it's all about Rover and Respect
Don't like Tony's six election promises? What would you prefer?
Don't believe it - "Top Tories happy with campaign"
Election views - Lucy Sweet meets a lonely anti-capitalist
Election: the apathy - Because many don't register, the turnout figures understate the true extent o
Election: The deal - If Labour wins another landslide, as now seems possible, will the Prime Ministe
Election views - Shiv Malik spots a small moment of drama
Election: the outrage - By voting for Blair, you will walk over the corpses of at least 100,000 peop
Paula Radcliffe spends a pound, my personal polling experience, and why Euan Blair's girlfriend need
Marjorie Barton, 86, former councillor, Hawkshead, Cubmria
NS subscriber for ten years
Mexicans move into Islington, Hewitt aide flees to ITV, and concern for Charlie's boy
In an ideal world, democratic elections would be characterised by a kind of Socratic dialogue. Rival politicians would put forward cogent arguments, quoting unadorned and carefully sourced facts. Questioners would seek further details and probe weaknesses.
Election: the week - On tour with Blair, and we're feeling good: lives are being saved and we're rid
Britain commands greater powers than any other state to obtain, use and store genetic information. R
The election issue of the week - Has Labour really done as well on the economy as its leaders boast?
Alice Westlake, 28, charity worker, Clapton, London
NS subscriber for nine months
In which I eye up Camilla's couture tents, appreciate Sandra Howard's cardy, and peek inside Wayne a
The Republican strategy was to get conservative voters to the polls by exploiting their "anger point
For most of us, a general election campaign is the only time we ever meet that strange creature, the British politician, and those who aspire to become one. But forewarned is forearmed.
In Belfast, I was warned, a black man should not go out alone at night