BuzzFeed News spoke to the 16-year-old schoolboy who pressed the former Tory leader on getting more young people interested in the election.
Employment minister Esther McVey faces a tough battle to keep her Wirral West seat. She tells BuzzFeed News how abusive graffiti and chants are getting her down – but she won’t be intimidated.
The London mayor said he preferred that spelling and might change his name.
He’s being attacked left, right and centre. Nicola Sturgeon went in hardest.
The UKIP leader’s coiffure is distracting viewers from the real issues.
The former deputy minister told BuzzFeed News he liked the “lovely dress” the work and pensions minister wore outside No. 10. “It’s not sexist,” he insisted.
The Conservative manifesto launch was sunshine and lollipops.
The Lynton Crosby effect in action.
Put in your postcode and email address and get info about how the Tories have been great in government. And you’re probably also signing up for email from the party.
Six government departments spent a total of £10.5 million on advertising in February – up from £4.4 million in September 2014, Labour has claimed.
Nick Boles was hoping that people might say Ed Miliband. But not many did.
This is how you organise a photo opportunity for an election rally.
He’s trying to avoid a bacon sandwich moment.
The Lib Dem leader tells BuzzFeed News on the campaign trail that he doesn’t buy Tory claims that they won’t cut income tax for the richest.
In order to enforce the policy, a Conservative-led government could threaten to blacklist websites that do not comply, according to technology policy expert Gilad Rosner.
The new Conservative party slogan: Long term economic lamb.
The former England footballer is being lined up to help the Conservatives campaign in South Thanet, BuzzFeed News understands.
The party told BuzzFeed News that pubs have raised concerns about stocking Co-ALE-ition beer because it’s now linked to the Tories.
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.