Stewart Jackson sent a blunt response to Laura O’Sullivan after she informed him she had changed her name.
The star of The Hobbit is in Labour’s latest election campaign video.
The prime minister handed out souvenir beers at the coalition’s final cabinet meeting. But we’ve seen that name before…
Channel 4 obtained the undercover footage as part of an investigation into party funding.
The chancellor will chip in £50 for every £200 you save. But critics said the handouts are pointless unless the government builds a lot more houses.
The dreaded tax return will be replaced by an online account within five years.
Grant Shapps has denied on several occasions that he carried on working as an internet marketer as an MP. Now there appears to be evidence to prove it.
The House of Commons has approved standardised tobacco packaging in the UK. But more than 100 Conservative MPs voted against it.
Employment minister Esther McVey said it was just one in a string of sexist insults from Labour. But John McDonnell said she’d got her facts wrong.
Campaigners said the Tories’ new planning policy will take money away from low-income renters and hand it to first-time buyers.
They’d rather the prime minister looked like a chicken than take the risk of Ed Miliband delivering an impressive performance.
The veteran minister is stepping down as an MP. But he aspires to win power again as a peer.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind announced that he is also quitting as chair of the intelligence and security committee.
And if you include public funds, Labour received more donations in the last quarter of 2014 than any other party.
A small group of high-level donors are bankrolling the party’s election campaign.
Conservative donors at Monday’s Black and White fundraising party, attended by the prime minister, bid hundreds of thousands of pounds on lots at the auction. BuzzFeed News has obtained the full list of what was sold.
The chancellor has suffered a backlash from MPs and campaigners who believe his pensioner bond scheme is a cynical attempt to win votes.
Warning: Not suitable for children or the easily disturbed.
Ian Liddell-Grainger certainly isn’t flavour of the month.
Some 29 Conservatives have written about their humble roots in a bid to play down the party’s posh image and win over voters. But that’s still less than 10% of its 303 MPs.
Ed Miliband made the pledge at an event at Sheffield Hallam University.
David Cameron suddenly can’t get enough of the Greens. But is that just because he wants to avoid getting involved in pre-election TV debates?
Rep. Ted Yoho said the Senate has tried to coordinate a bill with him.
There were 90 minutes allocated to the debate. Christopher Chope and Philip Davies talked through the whole allocated time.
EU jobseekers will need to have a job before they can come to the UK, they won’t get “in-work benefits” for four years, and it will be harder for EU nationals to bring their partners to the UK. If the Conservatives win a majority at the general election, that is.
Home secretary Theresa May accidentally rewrote her party’s slogan. Straight out of The Thick of It.
Some have criticized the White House for staying away from James Foley’s memorial mass.
“Right on Crime” arrives. “What are all those things that look like tanks doing?”