All would-be MPs should be forced to tell voters what paid jobs they have and whether they would keep them if elected, Lord Bew has said.Read the full story ›
Welsh Conservative Leader, Andrew RT Davies says all public sector workers in Wales should earn the 'living wage'.
Speaking at his party conference in Cardiff, Mr Davies said they will seek to make the change by 2021 if the Conservatives win next year's Assembly election.
Around one in four Welsh workers earn less than the living wage.
"This sends a clear message that a future Welsh Conservative Government will tackle unfair pay and set a clear example to all employers to value and invest in their staff."
Now says Welsh Conservatives after 2016 will be a living wage country.
RT attacking Labour claiming "if they cannot deliver in 15 year how can they deliver in another 5 years"
RT Davies says yesterday's devolution announcent will help people's lives.
Douglas Carswell is expected to urge Ukip activists to break the "Tory-Labour power cartel" in May's General Election.
The Conservative defector, who triggered and won a by-election in his Clacton-on-Sea seat, will set out his blueprint for political reform and reconnecting with voters at the Ukip spring conference later today.
Mr Carswell is the highest-profile speaker on the second day of the Ukip conference at the Winter Gardens in Margate, Kent.
Britain's sewerage system is struggling to cope with the influx of migrants, a senior Ukip figure has warned.
Immigration spokesman Steven Woolfe raised the issue as he listed elements of infrastructure that were under pressure because of immigration during his speech to the party's pre-election conference.
Mr Woolfe insisted the public did not care about "colour of skin or race or creed".
He added: "What they are concerned about is that our eye has been taken off the ball for nearly a generation," he told the audience in Margate.
"Schools are now full, hospitals are troubled, healthcare - it is very difficult to be seen in many areas of this country.
"Roads need to be built, we need to look at the way we feed ourselves because of our growing population.
"What about our water and sewage systems? All of these matter."
Ukip leader Nigel Farage claimed the party is on its way to winning the Conservative seat of Thanet South as polls showed him holding a wide margin over his opponents.
Mr Farage also accused Labour and the Conservatives of indulging in negative campaigning and insisted his party would focus "on the politics of hope and inspiration".
He added that immigration was the topic dominating the election and Ukip was the only party which could regain control of Britain's borders.
Mr Farage was addressing the party's Spring conference in Margate.
Ed Miliband has said a £3,000 cut to university tuition fees would come into force in September 2016 if Labour are elected.
He told supporters it would will benefit not only those starting degree courses next year, but "those already at university" and slash an average of around £9,000 off each student's debt.
Mr Miliband also said that maintenance grants will be raised by £400 a year, and that Labour is "determined" to help students with their living costs.
Ed Miliband has pledged to cut university tuition fees from £9,00 a year to £6,000.
The Labour leader said if the party were voted in at the General Election they would make life better for young people.
He also pledged to offer:
- 25 hours of free childcare for every child aged three and four
- Lower class sizes for five, six and seven-year-olds to 30 or under
- Guaranteed apprenticeships for teenagers if they get the grades at 18
Ukip remains the party most trusted to control immigration despite more people seeing them as racist, a ComRes/ITV News poll has found.Read the full story ›
Labour leader Ed Miliband is due to set out his party's plans on how it would cut tuition fees.Read the full story ›