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post 15 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Does Tory primary in Rochester breach spirit of legal spending limits?

The Conservatives are splashing tens of thousands on a 'primary' in Rochester. Good for democracy, or a wheeze for getting around spending rules?

post 13 October 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Farage invited to TV debate

Deep down, the Tories worry Nigel Farage would sweep up support as he did in the Clegg/Farage debates in the European election.

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Farage invited to join other party leaders in TV debate

Ukip leader Nigel Farage could appear alongside David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg in a pre-election TV debate. Will he be able to sway young voters?

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'Ukip holding the balance of power would be a catastrophe'

Shadow home secretary Yvette Copper and former cabinet minister Ken Clarke discuss the success of Ukip in Thursdays by-elections.

article 10 October 2014 UK
Ukip has won its first by-election at the Conservatives' expense and finished just behind Labour in another parliamentary seat. So is it a case of onwards and upwards for Nigel Farage's party? (Getty)
What do young people think of Ukip?

Ukip has won its first by-election at the Conservatives' expense and finished just behind Labour in another parliamentary seat. So is it a case of onwards and upwards for Nigel Farage's party?

post 08 October 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Clegg attacks 'un-British' grievance politics

Nick Clegg revealed that George Osborne, when he refused to implement a bigger tax threshold leap in the 2012 budget, said: "I don't want to deliver a Lib Dem budget."

post 08 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Why isn't Labour going for Rochester?

By playing it low-key in various by-elections, Labour could be in danger of feeding the Ukip beast, only to find the creature turns round later and bites them too.

video 07 October 2014 Politics

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Nick Clegg: 'I'm more anti-establishment now'

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says Westminster is "dangerously out of step" with modern Britain and he has become more anti-establishment since joining the coalition government.

post 03 October 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog Tories under fire for plans to ditch human rights laws

The Conservatives say they will scrap Britain's human rights bill - and bring in a new set of rules. But some leading Tories have condemned the plans, describing them as unworkable.