Ukip is on course to cause much more electoral damage to the Conservatives than Labour, according to the British Election Survey.
An MP has recently had to apologise for playing Candy Crush during a committee meeting.
The Tory MP Nigel Mills has apologised for playing the Candy Crush computer game on his iPad during a House of Commons committee hearing about pension reforms.
In a survey by Conservative Home, 29% favour Theresa May for leader, compared with 18% for Boris Johnson.
The City of London’s status as a favourite place for the world’s dishonest officials to hide stolen money will remain a stain on the UK’s reputation, despite a long-awaited government anti-corruption plan expected on Monday , according to a formerregulator who is now an MP.
The Tories are kidding themselves and the public if they think they can plough ahead with public spending cuts without damaging health and education services, Nick Clegg has said.
It’s been rumoured for some time now that Alex Salmond will try to return to Westminster and now he has stated his intention. But can he win ?
Sunday’s YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, puts the two main parties on 32% each and the Greens in fourth place for the third poll in a row.
Is Norman Smith, the BBC’s assistant political editor, set to become a sort of modern-day Gavrilo Princip?
The media is quick to pick up on any current or ex-UKIP party member / official who goes off message and makes looney comments. They are also the first to flag up inconsistencies or controversial parts of the party manifesto.
The prime minister, David Cameron, has spent the weekend trending on Twitter, though not in a manner he would like.
As expected, Ukip walked the Rochester and Strood byelection.