Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
It’s a great aspect of British elections that as soon as we’ve had the big election, we get a lot of smaller ones. I’m talking not just about the leadership elections in both the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties, but the round of electoral contests for senior positions at Westminster.
The next three weeks will see huge jockeying for the chairmanships of the increasingly powerful select committees, all of which are up for grabs. Campaigning is already well underway.
Will the unions decide the next Labour leader? Possibly – but most did not see a leadership contest coming and are scrambling to get organised.
John Major, who speaks in the West Midlands today, energised his 1992 election campaign by speaking from a soapbox. It’s the sort of thing modern-day politicians should try.
Ed Miliband’s latest election stop was far from the open campaigning of years gone by, when Harold Wilson or Ted Heath would do genuine walkabouts.
The problem for all three authors and their publishers is this: if Cameron loses the election will anyone care about him that much?
If you’re 18 today, or before next Thursday, now’s your chance to make history. You could become youngest parliamentary candidate since 1832.
The selection of a Labour candidate in Halifax looks set to explode into a huge headache for Ed Miliband.
Pub Landlord Al Murray, who is standing against Nigel Farage in South Thanet, was to be “parachuted” into the constituency this morning – until he claimed he was too heavy to
Ahead of International Women’s Day on Sunday, I thought it would be worth listing the posts which have never been held by a woman.
A publicity stunt for a revival of The Producers saw scantily-clad women in Nazi uniforms outside the venue for Ukip’s spring conference. Is Ukip itself in need of a revival?