Douglas Carswell is resigning as Tory MP for Clacton, and will fight a by-election for the seat as the UKIP candidate.
A TV broadcast playing on women’s fears of an independent Scotland has been hijacked.
With just weeks to go until the referendum, Yes Scotland explains how it’s going to fight the final weeks of the campaign.
The man leading the government’s campaign against an independent Scotland was responding to a challenge by James McAvoy.
At one point a candidate for the post of West Midlands police and crime commissioner was speaking to a woman with a spliff in her mouth.
The #YesBecause hashtag is trending across the UK. Here’s why people are backing Scottish independence.
The business secretary announced last week that the government would end arms exports if military hostilities started again.
Everyone wants a “goatie” these days.
The Vote No campaign really needs to up its game.
The Community Security Trust received 240 reports of anti-Semitism in the UK in July. “It’s the underlying anti-Semitism.”
“There is nothing wrong in politics in being ambitious, and if the opportunity presents itself, thinking you might like to do the top job,” she said. But first there’s a referendum to win.
The MP for Bradford West has said of his constituency: “We don’t want any Israeli goods, we don’t want any Israeli services, we don’t want any Israeli academics coming to the university or the college.”
Nick Clegg’s party has “neanderthal views on diversity”, according to Pauline Pearce, who came to fame during the 2011 London riots.
The editor of The Jewish Chronicle has apologised for any offence caused after his newspaper gave space to an appeal for aid to Gaza.
The shadow education secretary told BuzzFeed that he was wrong to call them a “waste of time” in 2012, a view that was based on his own life experience.
The “Life in the UK” test isn’t quite as easy as you might think. Like those really taking the test, you need 75% to pass. Questions inspired by theuktest.com.
Louise Bours chose the anniversary of the UK’s last execution to argue for a change in the law.
Ben Crombie from Fife has made himself an outfit out of Vote Yes flyers. “Mr Cameron, you think it’s already in the bag / But I’m sure you already know where to stick your British flag.”
Could the party back direct British involvement in the region?
We spoke to those working alongside the mayor at City Hall. What can we expect if he becomes Conservative party leader?
Politicians are calling for “tobacco-style” health warnings on alcohol bottles and cans.
Britons want parties to make firm manifesto pledges. But how does that work if you’re heading for a coalition?
The idea of a regular cash payment to all adults will feature prominently in the Greens’ election campaign.
“Die-ins” in Sainsbury’s stores, boycotts of shops that stock Israeli goods, and protests involving people locking their necks to poles in government departments are becoming increasingly common. And it doesn’t look like they’ll end soon.
Man who wants to be prime minister vs small tree: Who will win? There’s only one way to find out.