The Labour leader branded himself an “international sex symbol” and poked fun at Gordon Brown, Richard Desmond and the Mail on Sunday.
A panel set up by House of Commons Speaker John Bercow recommends that online voting should be in place within five years. Polling stations could soon be a thing of the past.
Palin made the comment Friday night in Iowa. It was the latest and most-strongly-worded hint yet that the former Alaska governor may run for the White House.
Esther McVey has urged jobseekers not to tone down their accents. She also called on employers not to make “lazy stereotypes” about scousers and Brummies.
Natalie Bennett called on Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, and Nigel Farage to put pressure on broadcasters to let her take part. “What are you afraid of, boys?”
The deputy PM is pretty sick of sitting next to David Cameron. He told BuzzFeed News: “It’s awkward, it’s ridiculous.”
A veteran Labour member claimed that local party chiefs in London are urging activists not to campaign on the economy – because it’s “not one of our strengths”. But Miliband denied this and said Labour should talk about it as much as possible.
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.
The Greens said they now have 44,713 members in England, Wales, and Scotland – more than the Lib Dems’ last reported total.
The Pub Landlord has announced he is standing against Nigel Farage in the Kent constituency of South Thanet. The UKIP leader has laughed it off – but every vote matters.
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?
He’s not really helping Miliband convince the nation he would make a good prime minister.
It was a pricey election, but not necessarily in the obvious places.
“Write the word backwards frontwards.”
And when he learned that there are people out there who can vote and chose not to, it was game over.
Republicans won at least four governorships. Democrats took one.
Minimum wage hikes passed in a whole slew of California cities.
Do you think someone can vote for a political candidate and still report the news in an unbiased way?
Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, swapped races for mayor and the council seat after Rob was found to have a tumor in his abdomen. On Monday, Rob hinted another campaign for mayor was ahead for one of the brothers.
His brother Doug Ford is running for mayor in his place.
These films are dark, depraved, and deeply hilarious.
Welcome to the playhouse, Dave Brat.
Dave Brat pulled off a stunning upset Tuesday night when he defeated House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia’s Republican primary.
Despite dropping out of the secretary of state race and being charged in a federal indictment, state Sen. Leland Yee was receiving almost 10% of the vote.
Many people chose not to vote in Egypt’s presidential election. Others chose to dance.
A vote for Europe. And a Jewish candidate who outpolled the anti-Semites.
Early results show that Nigel Farage’s party is doing very well.
DIRTIER THAN HOUSE OF CARDS.