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post 11 December 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: which party will cut the deepest?

Ed Balls says voters have a "big choice" between rival economic strategies. But how much clear blue water really lies between the parties' plans?

post 02 December 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog 'A third or a quarter' of cuts still to come. Really?

Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander reckons a third or a quarter of cuts are still to come after the election. The Institute for Fiscal Studies says 50 per cent. Who is right?

video 30 November 2014 UK

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Is Labour NHS 'election fox' dead and buried? - video

Chris Leslie MP says the George Osborne's 2bn NHS pledge for extra NHS funding is "smoke and mirrors." "We need to raise real revenue over a consistent period of time."

article 21 November 2014 Politics
Labour MP Emily Thornberry is not the first politician to drop herself in it on Twitter. Countless others have also been forced to repent after unburdening themselves on social media.
Thornberry row: do too many tweets really make a t***?

Labour MP Emily Thornberry is not the first politician to drop herself in it on Twitter. Countless others have also been forced to repent after unburdening themselves on social media.

article 04 November 2014 UK
Norman Baker
Norman Baker quits with a swipe at Theresa May

The Liberal Democrat home office minister Normal Baker resigns, complaining that working under the home secretary was like "walking through mud".

post 31 October 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Labour's by-election - but all three main parties are in despair

Labour has won the South Yorkshire crime commissioner by-election - but all three main parties are gloomy about their general election prospects.

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.

article 13 October 2014 UK
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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?

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?