St Ives is a Conservative target in 2015. It's currently held by the Liberal Democrats, who won it in 2010 by 1719 votes - a 3.74% majorityRead the full story ›
Taunton Deane is a Conservative target for 2015. It’s currently held by the Liberal Democrats.Read the full story ›
Tiverton and Honiton is considered a safe seat for the Conservatives, who have held the seat since its creation in 1997.Read the full story ›
The Liberal Democrats have held Torbay since 1997, when they won it from the Conservatives by twelve votes. In 2010 they won by 4078 votesRead the full story ›
The Conservatives have held Torridge and West Devon since 2005. In 2010 they held it by 2,957 votes - a majority of 5.35%.Read the full story ›
The Conservatives have held Totnes since it was created in 1997. They won it in 2010 with a majority of 4,927 votes (10.30%).Read the full story ›
The Conservatives won Truro and Falmouth by 435 seats in 2010 - a majority of 0.89%.Read the full story ›
Yeovil is considered a safe seat for the Liberal Democrats. They won the constituency in 2010 with a majority of over 13,000 votes (22.81%)Read the full story ›
Ian Axton was back with the last of our political shows - the West Country at Westminster - before the election was on last night.
Guests included Queen legend Brian May - who launched his Common Decency campaign this week.
Joining the Brian May was retiring MP and Labour legend Dawn Primarolo, as well as Martin Horwood, the Lib Dem MP for Cheltenham. Unfortunately just before the programme our Conservative guest told us she was unable to make it due to last minute hold up.
If you missed the programme, or just want to watch it again, then click below!
George Osborne has been visiting a cider factory near Taunton today as part of his mission to meet businesses and organisations that are benefiting from last week's budget.
The Chancellor announced a cut in cider duty in a direct tribute to one of the south west's key industries.
The Chancellor also visited a cathedral in our region to announce a major grant for roof repairs.
Mr Osborne was given a tour of Wells Cathedral in Somerset which is one of the historic places of worship to benefit from a £4.5 million pound windfall to help protect them from the weather.
Exeter Cathedral also received £275,000, while Plymouth Roman Catholic Cathedral will receive just under £400,000.