NOT for the first time recently, the Confederation of British Industry has published an extensive lobbying paper that is somewhat lamentable.
ALEX Salmond has taken the entire Labour Party hostage and now has Ed Miliband as his poodle, David Cameron has claimed in a boisterous end to the Westminster parliamentary session.
LABOUR has sought to regain the political initiative, after David Cameron unexpectedly ruled out a future Tory government raising VAT, by announcing its own promise not to hike National Insurance.
DAVID Cameron has hit back at suggestions he made a political blunder by ruling out a third term in office before voters had given him a second one, insisting his remarks were a "very reasonable, sensible thing to say".
A minority Labour government propped up by the SNP would be the worst possible outcome of the general election for most UK voters, a poll suggests.