A week before the 2001 general election, Labour deployed a poster featuring Margaret Thatcher's unmistakable hairdo superimposed on the balding head of William Hague, then Tory leader.
David Cameron is considering basing himself in Scotland for much of the last two weeks of the Scottish referendum campaign, in a move opposed by Liberal Democrat cabinet colleagues who say he could damage the no campaign.
The Tories are tactically trying to tap into eurosceptic sentiment with the cabinet reshuffle and nomination to the European Commission.
The Conservative party is facing calls to hand back £160,000 given to its general election fighting fund by the wife of a former minister in Vladamir Putin's government after she won an auction at a fundraising event.
An internal Liberal Democrat report has revealed "evidently low morale" among party members and identified the U-turn on tuition fees, their alliance with the Tories and Nick Clegg's decision to do television debates with Nigel Farage as the reasons for the party's poor results in the European elections.
A Liberal Democrat MP is facing disciplinary action for saying he would probably fire a rocket into Israel if he lived in Gaza – a year after being temporarily suspended by the party for offensive remarks on the same subject.
The coalition government borrowed more than expected in June, putting chancellor George Osborne further off course in his plan to reduce the deficit.
Ed Miliband used a meeting with the US president, Barack Obama, on Monday to discuss the foreign crises engulfing the world and portray himself – to the British electorate as much as his hosts – as a prime minister-in-waiting.
Three new directors have been appointed to the body which oversees the board of the Bank of England, including one who last week faced a shareholder rebellion over his appointment to the board he chairs.
Is it only 20 years ago that Tony Blair, that fresh-faced boy and his wife, Cherie, stood before the cameras as the new face of the Labour party?
Following David Cameron's dramatic cabinet reshuffle this week, the question of female representation has risen prominently on the political agenda.
The appointment of Baroness Butler-Sloss as the chair of a landmark child abuse inquiry was a gross misjudgement by Downing Street.
David Cameron has been accused by union leaders of being a "Bullingdon bully" after he vowed that the Conservative election manifesto would tighten the screw on strike laws in response to what he regards as Thursday's illegitimate mass walkout of up to 1 million public-sector workers.