Political parties will qualify for an election broadcast on BBC television and radio stations if they stand 89 candidates in England, 10 in Scotland, seven in Wales or three in Northern Ireland, the BBC Trust has announced.
DAVID Cameron has upped the ante in the battle for the business vote by telling Britain's captains of industry that Ed Miliband regarded them as "the enemy" and, if Labour got into power, it would demonise them for creating wealth.
David Cameron has defended his Government's record on tackling tax evasion, after senior politicians and HM Revenue & Customs were accused of failing to act over claims that HSBC helped clients dodge payments totalling millions of pounds.
VOTERS in this year's General Election would be "as well buying a lottery ticket as being handed a ballot paper" campaigners for electoral reform have said, after a report revealed the potentially random outcomes from votes cast on May 7.
LABOUR'S chances of holding onto its Glasgow stronghold at the General Election have been dealt a further blow after a frontbench spokesman was accused of making 'sneering' remarks about the teaching ability of Catholic nuns, an MP has claimed.
DAVID Cameron has hit back at a highly critical MPs' report over the UK's level of involvement in fighting Islamic State terrorists, insisting the Coalition Government was "doing everything we can to defeat the monstrosity of Isil".
THE UK Government has been called on to take urgent action after MPs accused one of the UK's largest accountancy firms of promoting "tax avoidance on an industrial scale" to several multinational companies.
HALF of the Conservative Party's General Election candidates and one in five of Labour's candidates were privately educated compared to just seven per cent of the population as a whole, a new survey has found.
SIR John Chilcot, head of the Iraq inquiry, is expected to get a rough ride from MPs today when he is grilled by the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee over why the investigation has still not reported six years after it began.