Tuesday’s YouGov poll for the Sun suggests that if there was an in/out EU referendum, a thin majority would vote to remain 40%-39%.
Eric Pickles, the communities secretary, is facing opposition from the home secretary, Theresa May, and the Liberal Democrats over plans to force all councils and police authorities to hold a council-wide referendum if they propose a council tax rise of more than 1%.
The Conservatives will next week float the idea of banning Scottish MPs from voting on legislation that only affects English voters in a new policy paper.
Labour has pledged to ensure votes for sixteen and seventeen year olds if it wins the next general election. Will it happen?
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.
Last Friday's poll, by YouGov, suggests that 43% of Brits would vote to leave the EU, if there was a referendum, compared to 38% who would vote to remain.