Labour achieves a 12.7 per cent swing to retake Corby from the Tories following Louise Mensch's resignation. But turnout in England and Wales is very low in the election for police commissioners.
Ed Miliband promises a Labour government would create a "fair and sustainable" social security system - but would his policies work?
George Osborne has called on Ed Miliband to pay up to £1.5m to the Treasury after Labour was accused of helping a millionaire businessman avoid paying tax on a major donation.
As David Cameron announces a statutory register and the Commons speaker suspends parliamentary passes, why is lobbying dominating the headlines again?
More than 100 Conservative MPs back an amendment to the Queen's speech calling for an EU referendum bill.
David Cameron dramatically raises the stakes by publishing a draft EU referendum bill. Why is he doing this now and what does he hope to achieve?
Nigel Farage celebrates with a pint of bitter after significant gains in the local elections. Is Ukip's success a mid-term protest or a real change in British politics?
Ukip and Labour have fun at the Conservatives' expense on local election results day - but what do the numbers tell us about the political big winners?
It was assumed Ukip would inflict most damage on the Conservatives, but the party's appeal to voters in the county council elections was spread more widely, writes Lewis Baston.
After making big gains in the county council elections, Ukip leader Nigel Farage says: "I don't think these votes are going away quickly." So what are the prospects for the "fourth party"?