Comment and analysis from our public affairs specialists
What’s it like on the night: inside a polling station
There are no clear political alliances in this closely fought General Election!
A new Government means a new crop of Special Advisers. Former adviser, Nick Hillman, has some tips
#GE2015 isn’t the only election happening next week. The 2015 local elections will be as fiercely contested
Local council candidate Matt McCarthy writes about one of the closest races in the country and voter fatigue
Momentum seems to be with the Labour leader, and looks to be an important force in the outcome of #GE2015
Mhairi Fraser tells us what life campaigning as a Conservative PPC in Scotland is like.
Britain’s main parties have gone abroad for spin-doctoring talent – we profile the high-priced imports below.
The path from the legal profession to Parliament is well-trodden. Here are four to watch in 2015.
What we can learn from Mad Men & Bad Men
Party funding will be poured into campaigns for #GE2015 but it’s on-screen time which makes a real difference
Four parliamentary candidates likely to take an interest in financial services if they’re elected on May 7th