Former defence minister Sir Nick Harvey said the government is looking at ways to cut the army even further because of the credit crunch.Read the full story ›
Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage have basically told Mr Cameron: "The debates will go ahead whether you turn up at it or not."Read the full story ›
After wading through the numbers, we are reminded that the Tories intend to frame this election around the economy and public finances.Read the full story ›
David Cameron appears to have ruled out taking part in TV election debates before this year's General Election.Read the full story ›
Downing Street says the UK threat level has not changed and remains at severe (an attack is highly likely), they decided against going for highest critical level
UK embassies in other European capitals are being advised by Foreign Office to increase security and vigilance.
The Prime Minister's spokesperson said: "There is nothing that I am aware of at the moment to suggest a UK link."
The Liberal Democrats have accused their coalition partners of planning to "slash" the education budget after the next election.Read the full story ›
And after the pledges and promises made by both Labour and the Conservatives today - there is no better time to launch our Unspun series.Read the full story ›
The long awaited final report into the £30 million Al-Sweady inquiry is expected to largely clear the British military of the worst claims.Read the full story ›
Ukip's Nigel Farage debated the EU, democracy and immigration with young voters in tonight's Leaders Live Q&A.Read the full story ›