“None of the other parties can offer this kind of radical shit,” the man behind the poster told BuzzFeed News.
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.
Lord Oakeshott is now campaigning for Labour in South Thanet, BuzzFeed News has learned.
“Debate me and let the people decide.”
The Labour leader said he had “fundamental disagreements” with her. But she urged him to work with the SNP to lock David Cameron out of power.
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.
A four-year-old clip of the Labour leader has been viewed more than 1.3 million times on Facebook in the last five days. BuzzFeed News spoke to the man who posted it.
The Crown Prosecution Service said the evidence against the 86-year-old peer warranted a criminal trial – but his dementia means it will not pursue the case.
BuzzFeed News has had a first look at the tightly edited clip. Attack ads ahoy.
Labour will consult on “granny leave” if it wins power. The move is the centrepiece of the party’s women’s manifesto.
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.
Stephen Kinnock is set to enter parliament as Labour MP for Aberavon. But in 2007 he was one of the lead actors in a little-known Russian film.
One of the co-creators of the website told BuzzFeed News that both Labour and Green supporters should be happy to join forces and “keep out a Conservative government.”
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.
Labour has vowed to abolish a tax loophole exploited by the rich. But the shadow chancellor warned in January that it would “end up costing Britain money”.
Forget the politicians – we want to see more of this chap.
The star of The Hobbit is in Labour’s latest election campaign video.
Welcome to a very British general election.
The Labour leader was surrounded by Tory campaigners and fathers’ rights activists – but contrary to some reports, no punches appear to have been thrown.
The singer said she pays a “f*cking lot of tax”.
The Labour frontbencher and her colleague Chuka Umunna made an impassioned plea to sixth-formers – and were applauded for 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.
Uma Kumaran in Harrow East followed the lead of two other Labour candidates who said they would not accept the former prime minister’s donation. UPDATE: The local Labour Harrow East constituency party has now decided to accept the donation.
“We all know a deal isn’t going to happen,” said one Scottish Labour MP.
BuzzFeed News reveals the dozen seats at the top of Ed Miliband’s priority list and the party’s plan to secure them despite the Green surge.
The Hollywood actor returned to the birthplace of NHS founder Aneurin Bevan on St David’s Day to warn that another Conservative government could result in further privatisation of the health service.
It turns out that posting adorable photos of your family on Instagram is a pretty good way of winning the hearts of British voters. Although it’s still a pretty niche audience.
The Labour leader tells BuzzFeed News why his party wants to help the young instead of the old. Oh, and he gives his verdict on The Dress, too.