Conservative chairman Grant Shapps has ruled out a coalition Ukip in May - despite David Cameron's repeated refusal to make any such pledge.
Gordon Brown is being lined up as a "secret weapon" in Labour's general election campaign in Scotland, in the hope he can replicate the dramatic impact he had on the independence referendum.
The SNP has placed its faith in a roster of high-profile Yes campaigners as it seeks to smash Labour's stranglehold on Scottish seats at Westminster.
The safeguarding of hundreds of shipbuilding jobs on the Clyde has come a step closer after George Osborne outlined plans to build a new warship every two years.
GORDON Brown, in what could be his final House of Commons appearance, will next week launch a direct attack on David Cameron's desire to ban Scottish MPs from Westminster debates and votes.
The long-delayed Chilcot report into Iraq will lead "all the way to the Hague" and a war crimes tribunal, the Commons has heard.
Ken Clarke has dismissed David Cameron's hints he could lead the 'No' to EU campaign in 2017 as political posturing.
POLITICAL leaders put their differences aside to back Andy Murray, with his Australian Open semi-final proving a distraction ahead of First Minister's Questions.
Voting SNP risks returning David Cameron to Downing Street, Ed Miliband has warned, as he sought to frame the General Election as a straight fight between Labour and the Conservatives.
SCOTS actor Brian Cox has defected from Labour to join the SNP.
A Home Rule Bill for Scotland is set to become the first piece of legislation a Labour government will bring forward if it wins power, Ed Miliband will signal during a visit to Glasgow.
AT least 30,000 new homes a year are needed in Scotland in order to tackle a housing crisis, according to a leading trade body.
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DAVID Cameron has called for yet more talks with the broadcasters as they rejected his proposal to bring the party leaders' TV election debates forward before the final month of the General Election campaign.
MEN, younger workers and the higher paid have seen the biggest falls in pay since the 2008 financial crash, a new report says.