Ukip will be most effective defeated by exposing its ideas not by sustained a flawed, unjust electoral system.
British social attitudes survey suggests voters have some way to go on accepting other races.
May 12, 2015
By Shane Croucher
Ukip\'s national executive committee rejected Farage\'s offer to resigns following South Thanet defeat
May 11, 2015
By Ewan Palmer
The Tory backbencher stressed it was important for David Cameron to set out a timetable.
Maggie Pagano talks to Edmund Shing and Stefan Stern about the implications of the election results.
Election 2015: What happens next? Maggie Pagano, Edmund Shing and Stefan Stern discuss the election results
The former deputy prime minister warned liberalism had lost against the \'politics of fear\'.
Farage promised to resign as leader of purple party if he failed to win Kent seat.
Ukip leader spoke out against the media after polls predicted his party will make no gains at general election.
Election 2015: Nigel Farage rants against Sun and Mail as polls predict Ukip will win only two seats
Celebrities weigh in on British politics.
The result will not reflect the true wishes of the British people and we need proportional representation.
From the rise of the SNP and Ukip to the decline of first-past-the-post, the UK is changing.
The Conservatives, Labour, Ukip, the Lib Dems and the SNP go up against each other on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
May 6, 2015
By Alistair Charlton
EU leaders keeping quiet about UK general election which is too close to call.
From the mansion tax to their thoughts on David Cameron, here is what the famous have had to say
Trading on the FTSE 100 has remained steady in the day before the election.
The candidate for North East Hampshire Robert Blay was suspended with immediate effect, according to the party.
May 5, 2015
By Fiona Keating
From the Financial Times to the Express and the Economist to the Sun, here are the party endorsements.
With the Tories and Labour neck and neck, we can at least offer a view on Miliband\'s ad victory over Cameron.
Will David Cameron do the sensible thing and offer to work with Ed Miliband?
The scathing intervention comes with less than 48 hours before voters go to the polls.