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For the first time, the New Statesman has built a model to forecast the outcome of a presidential election.
Exclusive: Liberal Democrat MPs write to Michael Gove over fears that mandatory voter ID will disproportionately impact ethnic minorities.
The Labour leader has cause for optimism in the polling, but there is one cloud on the horizon.
The former TUC president Margaret Prosser has launched a new organisation: Labour To Win.
The Liberal Democrat leadership candidate's pitch would restore coherence and honesty to the party's platform – but at a price.
Britain's third party has a tendency to believe that leadership changes will solve its problems.
The party's unprecendently candid account of what went wrong ought to be the start of a useful internal discussion for the party.
Our election post-mortem must guide our future response, says Ed Davey, the Lib Dems’ acting leader.
The postponed local elections will now be the UK's biggest ever, after a period that will change British politics in a radical and unpredictable way.
More than a century after the party was founded, it has turned to yet another man to revive its fortunes.