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Villain of the day: Len McCluskey

Union baron Len McCluskey is at it again, bankrolling what he hopes will be Britain’s next socialist Prime Minister. Unite have given Miliband £1...

Candidate of the Day: Iain Duncan Smith

Former Tory Leader IDS has led an ambitious welfare reformation programme during his time as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. IDS should be...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Nothing to criticise in Ukip manifesto

In response to Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: If you can’t beat Ukip, ignore it, Grumpy wrote: Ukip's manifesto has gone largely unreported by the media--because it...

Laura Perrins: Pity infants don’t have a vote. They would not buy Dave’s purge of childhood

It is the boys I feel sorry for. They are the ones who will really suffer from this new Conservative Party push to get...

Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: If you can’t beat Ukip, ignore it

Ukip is not just fighting the Conservatives, Labour and the rest in this election. It is fighting the liberal-dominated media. Not surprisingly, it is...

Villain of the Day: Nick Clegg

The Deputy PM has pledged not to let a coalition lurch off to the extremes. By that he means he will block anything remotely...

Hero of the Day: Suzanne Evans

Tax cuts for middle incomes. More grammar schools. A bigger transferable tax allowance. More money for the military. All in all, a pretty sound...

Candidate of the Day: Sir Edward Leigh

Long serving Conservative MP, Sir Edward Leigh is renowned for cutting Government waste, being a champion of freedom as well as a committed social...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The leftist media in the US are already declaring Hillary president

In response to Laura Perrins: Hillary Clinton is a power-crazed crook. Yet we are meant to be grateful she is running for President, TJB...

Kimberly Ross: British elections are so much more polite than their mudslinging American equivalents

As an American and an outside observer of the United Kingdom and its happenings, the British elections are a curious thing to me. Living...