David Cameron has nailed his colours firmly to the middle-of-the-road mast, confessing a love for crowd-pleasing guitar band The Killers. Meanwhile, the party core's affection for Tony Hadley is already well documented (so fond are they of the paunchy crooner that they invited him to perform at last year's party conference gala dinner).
Former Communities Secretary has car window smashed while on campaign trail
Something strange is happening in the theatre this year. With unprecedented intensity, new plays are telling us about our lives in styles ranging from documentary socio-drama to great apocalyptic statements. Our fears are transformed into hopes in that process of joyful recognition peculiar to the experience of live theatre.
It took a fastidious government document spanning 20 pages to inform ministers how to use Twitter, the microblogging tool with a limit of 140 characters.
Hazel Blears was a loyal team player until her attack on the PM's YouTube appearance
Brown struggles to regain his authority after Government hit by spate of surprise resignations
Prime Minister prepares for an onslaught as Labour suffers some of its worst opinion poll ratings ahead of Thursday's elections
Everton chairman hails manager's success despite lean finances
Email apology to party workers after fears that campaign is moribund
Liverpool face the prospect of missing out on tens of millions of pounds in revenue, vital to their pursuit of Manchester United, by missing two vital deadlines for the construction of their new stadium, which is the cornerstone of the club's growth.
Exemption for 'second homes' faces abolition
Former health secretary warns party against lurching to the left
Brown's plan to replace second-home allowance runs into controversy
Emily Dugan talks to photographer Steve Back, who foresaw a Bob Quick-style scandal
Prime Minister urges speedy review and freezes ministers' pay as inquiry launched after details of Jacqui Smith's claims released
She's the 'Chirpy, Chirpy, Cheep-Cheep' of the Commons, the ballroom-dancing, motorcycle-riding MP for Salford, and an unabashed fan of New Labour. But does Hazel Blears have what it takes to lead her party? Andy McSmith met her