Labour leader Ed Milliband was on the campaign trail in David Cameron's Witney constituency today.
David Cameron is set to enter the fray for the first time in the hotly-contested Eastleigh by-election battle.
The Transport Secretary says it's "worth upsetting people to build HS2".
The Labour leader went electioneering in Witney today - Ed Miliband in the heart of David Cameron's constituency. It's ahead of next week's county council elections.
In Oxfordshire, out of more than 70 councillors, just 9 are Labour. But Mr Miliband's message was: there mustn't be any no-go areas for his party. Phil Hornby reports.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is campaigning today - in the heart of Prime Minister David Cameron's Witney constituency.
Video: The Prime Minister David Cameron has sent 'fond regards' to the one hundred year old mother of the Southend West MP David Amess after he expressed her approval for a party referendum on Britain's relationship with Europe.
David Cameron has paid tribute to Baroness Thatcher as he opened proceedings on a special debate in the House of Commons.
The prime minister said: “In the long history of this Parliament, Margaret Thatcher was our first and so far our only woman prime minister…
“She defined and she overcame the great challenges of her age, and it is right that Parliament has been recalled to mark our respect.”
Prime Minister David Cameron will present the first Arctic Star medals and Bomber Command Clasps at Downing Street today.
Up to 250,000 veterans, and the families of those who died, are eligible to receive the new awards.
It comes after David Cameron's announcement in December that he was accepting the recommendations of a review of military decorations.
Speaking after the Eastleigh by election result in which they came third, Prime Minister David Cameron has said the result was "disappointing".
He added that the Conservatives would win back voters by "remaining true to our principles".
Prime Minister David Cameron said today that the Eastleigh by-election result was "disappointing" but he was "confident" that the Conservatives could win back support at the general election.
David Cameron won't switch on the Christmas lights in his own constituency of Witney this year as he is 'too costly'. Last year's bill - which attracted up to 10,000 people - totalled £45,000, including £2,300 security. Mr Cameron is pictured switching on the lights two years ago.