Out there - Glasgow
By Lucy Sweet - 25 April 13:00

Election views - Lucy Sweet meets a lonely anti-capitalist

This time, will even he bother to vote?
By Nick Cohen - 25 April 13:00

Election: the apathy - Because many don't register, the turnout figures understate the true extent o

Is he dreading what Blair's thinking?
By John Kampfner - 25 April 13:00

Election: The deal - If Labour wins another landslide, as now seems possible, will the Prime Ministe

The only TV worth watching
By Andrew Billen - 25 April 13:00

Election views - television

Out there - Leeds
By Shiv Malik - 25 April 13:00

Election views - Shiv Malik spots a small moment of drama

John Pilger - on Blair's forgotten victims
By John Pilger - 25 April 13:00

Election: the outrage - By voting for Blair, you will walk over the corpses of at least 100,000 peop

Watching brief - Amanda Platell calls a penny a pound
By Amanda Platell - 25 April 13:00

Paula Radcliffe spends a pound, my personal polling experience, and why Euan Blair's girlfriend need

One-reader poll
By Staff blogger - 25 April 13:00

Marjorie Barton, 86, former councillor, Hawkshead, Cubmria

NS subscriber for ten years

The insider - Kevin Maguire proposes a return to Granita
By Kevin Maguire - 25 April 13:00

Mexicans move into Islington, Hewitt aide flees to ITV, and concern for Charlie's boy

Labour can beat the fear factor
By Staff blogger - 25 April 13:00

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.

Groundhog day with Tony
By Zoe Williams - 25 April 13:00

Election: the week - On tour with Blair, and we're feeling good: lives are being saved and we're rid

A simple prank by a 13-year-old. Now her genetic records are on the National DNA Database for ever
By Tom Wall - 25 April 13:00

Britain commands greater powers than any other state to obtain, use and store genetic information. R

Out there - East Anglia
By James Buchan - 25 April 13:00

James Buchan rates the politicians of Norfolk

'If anything, the Conservatives are understating the rise in immigration'
By Richard Reeves - 25 April 13:00

Election issue of the week - An inflow of young people is good for an economy that needs workers. Ru

How the greens were choked to death
By Jonathan Leake - 25 April 13:00

Eight years ago their ideas dominated the political agenda, but today Britain's environmental groups

Suzanne Moore: Extremism in Ipswich
By Suzanne Moore - 25 April 13:00

If al-Qaeda had been around when I was growing up in Ipswich, I would have joined it.

Leader without a crowd
By Lucy Sweet - 18 April 13:00

Election views - Glasgow

Darcus Howe fears the racists of Belfast
By Darcus Howe - 18 April 13:00

In Belfast, I was warned, a black man should not go out alone at night

My pledge card
By Staff blogger - 18 April 13:00

Don't like Tony's six election promises? What would you prefer?

Tangled web for ex-MPs
By Kathryn Corrick - 18 April 13:00

Election views - online

Hot air beside the seaside
By Janet Bush - 18 April 13:00

Election views - Devon

I do like a high concept
By Zoe Williams - 18 April 13:00

The party leaders represent the three ages of man, and at the moment, Zoe Williams is rather fond of

Nightmare on Downing Street
By John Kampfner - 18 April 13:00

If the Conservatives under Michael Howard really did win the keys to No 10 next month, what kind of

Charlie Whelan says . . .
By Charlie Whelan - 18 April 13:00

Don't believe it - "Labour election strategy in disarray"

See the election disappear
By Joe Moran - 18 April 13:00

Election views - Liverpool

The insider - Kevin Maguire on election brochures and butties
By Kevin Maguire - 18 April 13:00

US corporates prepare for Brown's rise, Marr upsets Howard, and Patricia Hewitt in trouble

For middle-class welfare, vote Lib Dem
By Staff blogger - 18 April 13:00

The horrible truth is that many thousands, perhaps millions, of people who have voted Labour all their lives will find it hard to support the party on 5 May.

Driven to distraction
By Andrew Billen - 18 April 13:00

Election views - TV

A campaign of gritted teeth
By Shiv Malik - 18 April 13:00

Election views - Leeds

'To most, Brown is a triumphant success. But in his own terms, he has failed '
By Richard Reeves - 18 April 13:00

The election issue of the week - Has Labour really done as well on the economy as its leaders boast?

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