General Election 2015
Opposition parties become eligible for the money under the UK' 'Short Money' scheme
Another five years under the Conservatives would increase inequality, according to France's 'rock star' economist
Scrapping nuclear weapons and tuition fees, and boosting public spending high on the Greens’ list of priorities.
Israel and Middle East a key issue for Jewish voters, with 70% intending to vote Conservative.
Angela Merkel may be Ed Miliband's next ally as he criticises David Cameron's approach to the European Union.
Prominent tax expert counters Tory claims that scrapping of non-dom status would cost Britain money.
Opinion polls after the event all produced different winners.
Formerly fringe issues such as EU membership and nuclear missiles will likely feature in unprecedented seven-way debate.
Bubbling under the UK's general election campaign is a promised referendum on EU membership. Is Britain heading for the way out?
Cameron gave an interview on Monday in which he said he wouldn't seek a third term as prime minister.
Polls suggest Scottish National Party could form third biggest party in UK Parliament after May 7 election.
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Indepedence Party and an MEP since 1999, is running for election in South Thanet.
In a heated exchange, Ed Miliband said David Cameron was making “pathetic, feeble excuses”.
Three Labour candidates have now rejected their share of £100,000 Tony Blair donated to the Labour campaign.
David Cameron reiterated his refusal to attend the debates, despite broadcasters saying they would go ahead without him.
Alan Johnson also said that Ed Miliband should articulate the need for greater economic equality in Britain.
A new model predicting the outcome of the election produced a 94.5% chance of a coalition government.
The party’s surge has added weight to their call to be included in election debates.
Cameron added that he would be “happy for there to be no debates at all”.
The three main parties all held events as the campaign proper for the May election kicked off
Blair said the election could be a traditional left versus right contest "with the traditional result"
The poll confirms a seismic shift in Scottish politics away from the Westminster parties
The party has doubled its membership this year, and is now close to overtaking the Liberal Democrats
Leader of the opposition party Ed Miliband has he will not "shrink from the fight" in a make-or-break speech after poor poll numbers and rumours of leadership plots