Bolsheviks in Devonshire.
Historians Jo Guldi and David Armitage have created a powerful, ambitious rebuttal to "the spectre of the short term".
The only certainty about this year's election is that it will break all previous betting records. So who should you be placing your money on?
The Democratic Unionist Party's request to participate in the BBC's seven-way panel has been rejected.
As the party has shed votes to the SNP and the Greens, the Tories have emerged in front merely by standing still.
Defeated parties do not regain power by fighting old battles but by convincing voters that they have changed.
Whispers of our nuclear deterrent relocating from Scotland to Wales could be a clever move by the Tories.
With one tiny hitch...
The PM's sheer chutzpah allowed him to command the session.
Key details are "thunderingly absent" in Andy Burnham's ten-year plan for the NHS, but his stark anti-market tones are comforting after four-and-a-half years of business talk.
Residents claim 95 per cent of current tennants will be evicted as regeneration scheme prices out locals.
The celebrity model has defended spending taxpayers’ money on care for her disabled son.
We're going to have to be clear what homes we want, clear how we're going to get them – and clear when to stare our opponents down.
Alan Milburn, the former Health Secretary under Tony Blair, has criticised Ed Miliband's agenda on the health service.
A Police and Crime Commissioner is making the case for domestic violence perpetrator programmes.
Over half of first-time Green voters support retaining the monarchy. It’s unlikely they would be thrilled to see the Queen placed on the social housing register.
The Lib Dem peer who has just taken up the party's presidency talks electoral strategy, the Lord Rennard case, and why Nick Clegg shouldn't have made coalition look like “a marriage”.
The Prime Minister has said he would only agree to the TV debates under certain circumstances.
Without a distinctive message to offer, Nick Clegg's party could be left looking irrelevant.
Labour’s mooted tuition fee policy would increase inequality.
The Prime Minister is concerned about the financial instability Syriza's win could bring to Europe – when he's the one promising a referendum that would be deeply destabilising.
The Labour leader has responded rather late, and very carefully, to the Greek anti-austerity party's election win.
The party's backbenchers recognise that political instability could allow them to increase their influence over the leadership.
The broadcasters' new offer of a seven-way panel means the Tories are willing to negotiate.
The party’s leader, and future prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has vowed to end Greece’s “five years of humiliation and pain”.
The idea that there are "right" and "wrong" things to campaign about is not only controlling, it hampers the fight against all inequality.
The party's policies do not measure up to the needs of post-recession Britain.
Legendary fashion designer and political activist, Vivienne Westwood, believes "there's not a hair to put between" Labour and the Tories.
The party recognises the danger that the Tories could win by taking a large number of seats off the Lib Dems.
For the last few years, aspiring MPs and councillors who have a disability have been able to get help from the Access to Elected Office fund. But it's being closed in March.