Sources close to the former prime minister say he will step down next month.
All psychoactive substances with dubiously adjusted chemical formulas will be banned by default under new plans.
Ed Miliband’s potential replacement said he has struggled with the extra attention he and those around him have received since announcing his bid on Tuesday.
The personal correspondence from the UK’s future king to the Blair government has been released.
The MP for Copeland told BuzzFeed News that whoever replaces Ed Miliband must do more to reconnect with people outside the big cities. If no one else comes forward, then he’ll consider it.
The Labour leader followed Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage in resigning after the Conservatives’ surprise election victory.
The deputy prime minister has seen his party’s presence in parliament reduced to just a handful of MPs.
Former Eurovision singer Ronnie Carroll won 113 votes in Hampstead and Kilburn, despite dying several weeks ago.
The Conservatives outperformed expectations as Labour suffered at the hands of the SNP. The Lib Dems were obliterated.
It’s probably not the surprise that they imagined.
Campaigners at the major political parties say that unfashionable email campaigns allowed them to reach far more voters than Twitter.
There’s nothing between the UK’s leading parties in the final polls before the general election. Forming a coalition is going to be incredibly hard.
Les Britanniques votent aujourd’hui, mais on ne connaîtra pas le vainqueur ce soir. What a bordel!
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The BBC and other broadcasters will fall silent due to historical rules designed to avoid influencing the vote. The political parties will continue campaigning.
The previously unreleased 1988 Bullingdon Club photo hung on a shop wall for decades.
The Labour leader led rent strikes protesting for cheaper accommodation during his time at the University of Oxford.
Green party parliamentary candidate Jake Bowers did his best to ruin Ed Miliband’s big day with a frisky logging horse named Luna. The Labour leader then invited him onto his bus for a chat.
It’s been very weird and all over the place. So, you know: British.
The former England player is fed up with the mansion tax, the gold sell-off, everything.