Labour leader Ed Milliband was on the campaign trail in David Cameron's Witney constituency today.
The Prime Minister enjoys a game of snooker while relaxing at Chequers and even has fun on his family's karaoke machine.
Surrey South West MP and Secretary of State for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport under renewed pressure over Murdoch links.
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.
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.
The paper said that it represented Labour's biggest lead over the Conservatives since December 2002 when Tony Blair was in Downing Street and Iain Duncan Smith was the Tory leader. The poll findings also make grim reading for Mr Cameron's coalition partners, the Lib Dems, who are on just 9%.
The Government's oldest minister has joked he is too busy to spend much time "chillaxing".
Lord Howell of Guildford, father-in-law of Chancellor George Osborne, made his comments in light of recent criticism of the Prime Minister's work rate.
A new biography of David Cameron claims he "chillaxes" on weekends at Chequers by singing karaoke, playing tennis against a machine dubbed "Clegger", indulging in games on his iPad, and drinking three or four glasses of wine at Sunday lunch.
Lord Howell, a Foreign Office minister, was cheered by peers today as he got up to answer questions on a third consecutive topic in the House of Lords.
As the 76-year-old poured himself a glass of water, Lord Howell joked: "I'm not going to have much time for any chillaxing."
Ed Miliband's personal rating has overtaken David Cameron's for the first time, according to a new poll.
Research by ComRes for the Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror found the approval score for the Prime Minister had slumped by 7 points since last month.