Thousands of people flooded the streets of Bristol in an anti-austerity demonstration which was organised by a group of young, determined women.
A group of seven teenagers organised the march, which opposed the Government's austerity measures, on social media.Read more
The Tories and their supporters in the press are preparing a post election plan to stay in office even if Labour and the SNP have more seats in Parliament.
They are planning to declare that they are the legitimate government and have the right to form an administration.
Last week we asked what the important issues were for you all at election time. We're covering the top two in the newest episode of our podcast - TTIP and the NHS - and asking experts what the mail political parties are proposing. The podcast is up on iTunes as well as soundcloud, or click below to listen.Read more
The heat of the General Election is near boiling point as the battle rages for the leadership of Britain on May 7th. A long overdue injection of political diversity in the candidates available - though all white and mostly middle class it has to be said - allied with the wide-spread pain of austerity, has opened up the spectrum of key, ‘vote-winning’ policy areas wider than has been seen in an election year for decades.Read more