Gordon Brown has admitted the economic recovery is "fragile", after the latest official figures showed the growth rate had slowed to just 0.2%.
Gordon Brown is preparing to fight like his life depended on it, he confirmed today.
Three people including an elderly woman were taken to hospital after a car bomb exploded outside a police station in Northern Ireland last night.
Attacks on Nick Clegg in Conservative-supporting newspapers appear to have had an effect.
Andrew Lansley, the Conservative shadow health secretary, came under fire yesterday at a hustings for the alleged role of big business in his party's finances and policies.
Instant polls released just after the second leaders' TV debate split the win between David Cameron and Nick Clegg.
Schoolboy Nick Clegg organised extra classes while at school in a bid to prepare Britain's response to the Soviet threat.
The British National party (BNP) will publish its manifesto at an undisclosed location in Stoke-on-Trent today.
Labour has hit back at Tory claims that its election leaflets contain inaccuracies about the opposition's policies.
Nick Clegg has been left £700 out of pocket when he paid for a parliamentary researcher, his bank account shows.
David Cameron said he wants to "reclaim" the English flag from the BNP.
The council official at the centre of the Baby P scandal was "lawfully" sacked, the High Court ruled today.
Odds on the Liberal Democrats drifted last night as polls show the debate was a close call. David Cameron and Gordon Brown both fought back against the Nick Clegg effect, delivering improved performances.
Jack Straw faced a grilling over his role in the war in Iraq on Wednesday as he faced voters in his constituency of Blackburn.
The Conservatives tried to distance themselves from the Thatcher years in a bad tempered clash between candidates for Wavertree.
The Liberal Democrats' Lembit Opik could find himself in trouble after raising the prospect of tactical voting against his party.
Protests were planned as the British National party launched its manifesto in Stoke today.
An independent candidate in the Tory stronghold of Sevenoaks, Kent has released an election flyer suggesting the Conservatives are conspiring against England.
Live betting on last night's leaders' debate suggests Gordon Brown can still connect with voters but when the audience were reminded of the expenses row he quickly lost favour.
A hung parliament is unlikely to cause market catastrophe and a surge in interest rates, but parties unwilling to negotiate on deficit reduction could contribute to long-term economic uncertainty, one of Europe's leading economic consultants has said.
Politicians from all sides in Newry and Armagh are worried by growing activity by dissident republicans.
More than 100 complaints about Nick Clegg being "heckled" by the Sky News moderator are believed to have been made to Ofcom.