David Cameron launched the Conservatives' election manifesto today - and here were their main pledges (collated for us by
The Conservative Party launched its 'right to buy votes' policy today in its 2015 election manifesto. The Tories' pledge
The situation surrounding Prime Minister David Cameron and the will-he-won't-he with the TV election debates is fairly amusing from the outside, but it provides a huge insight into how politicians actually view the press.
The election debate could be back on... online. That's the latest "compromise" offered by David Cameron, and a clear slight
A self-proclaimed "multi-millionaire web marketer" has confessed to having a second job as an MP. For years, Michael Green
In a world where the Mail points out the failures in a flagship Tory policy and the Guardian falsely eulogises it, it is hard to get a handle on the world around us.
Well, it was about time those selfless millionaires who donate to the Tory party were recognised with their own special donor
Guests paid up to £15,000 for a table at the Conservatives' recent Black and White Fundraising Dinner, held to raise money
You might be able, in the back rooms of Westminster, to convince one another that you can get away with a less-than-coherent health policy and rely on a lot of talk about the1930s to swing overwhelming public support for the NHS your party's way. But what the Labour Party needs now is a bit more Bevan-style fire in its belly.
This comes as no surprise; the drift of anti-welfare opinions has been rightwards for years, and only gets more judgemental. The explanation for why so many are willing to see their fellow citizens living in absolute penury has a few parts.