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Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander are unveiling possibly the biggest shift in Lib Dem policy of the entire Parliament.
The House of Commons vote to allow mitochondrial DNA transfer was historic and it was decisive: Ayes 382, Noes 128
Ed Miliband was unafraid of stepping up the rhetoric against Boots today
David Cameron managed to weaponise Ed Miliband's use of 'weaponise the NHS' in PMQs.
Whisper it quietly, but some in each party believe a Labour-Tory Coalition isn't so outlandish
A priceless document has been produced by the House of Lords to distinguish between those peers who share the same or similar name.
During a lengthy interview with London Live TV channel, Diane Abbott has given an insight into just how Ed Miliband sacks people.
Chris Grayling is licking his wounds today after crossbenchers and Tory and Lib Dem rebels allied with Labour to inflict defeats 100 and 101 on the Government in the Lords.
As a former aide to Norman Lamont, the Prime Minister knows more than most about the damage to the Tory brand caused by his infamous claim that unemployment was 'a price worth paying'.
Nigel Farage has given his view on the incident in Claridge's earlier this week, when staff advised a young mum to cover herself up with a massive cloth as she breastfed her baby.
Ed Balls has his Grade 4 piano exam tomorrow*.
George Osborne today declared he was taking Britain 'out of the red and into the black'*.
The Telegraph's excellent scoop today on Labour's anti-UKIP campaign document is perfectly timed.