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The election is a complicated three-way affair that will be determined by labour politics, not Labour politics.
The SNP have traditionally been responsible for most mentions of independence but in recent years the Scottish Tories have begun to catch up.
The risk for the government is that a series of disparate stories stick in the minds of the media and the public as one big story about Tory corruption.
Nicola Sturgeon is right to fear that an early vote could favour the unionist side.
The Conservatives are feigning horror at something that has, ultimately, taken place under 11 years of Conservative rule.
Vicky Foxcroft, Labour's shadow minister for disabled people, made history at PMQs with a question in sign language.
The story could shift from being one about David Cameron’s texts to one about how the Tories have conducted themselves in office for more than a decade.
There was an insight hidden in the wave of praise by MPs for the Duke this week.
The late Liberal Democrat had a special kind of star quality – a charisma based upon unrivalled grace and reasonableness.
Boris Johnson has no intention of changing the rules that allowed the former prime minister to lobby government ministers.
Fourteen current Labour MPs, including Ed Miliband, Yvette Cooper and Ian Lavery could be at risk.