In what appears to be an unfortunate coincidence rather than a Google Bomb, Google has suggested that the term ‘manifesto’ be used with regards to Labour “fudging” theirs.
A Conservative minister is facing ridicule for suggesting that Russian President Vlaimir Putin would be pleased if Ed Miliband became prime minister.
Tony Blair’s re-emergence brought out the bile in George Galloway, the only Labour MP to be expelled from the party during Blair’s years as leader. He tweeted: “Tony Blair killed a million people.” Actually, no, Tony Blair has never killed anybody. “And made £100 million out of it,” he added. Blair has made a lot of money, but not that much, and he did not make it out of killing people. Next from Galloway: “Blair, dripping with blood, pockets stuffed with gold beyond dreams of avarice comes out fighting for New Labour. Could anything be worse?” Yes, it could. And in case anyone thought Galloway is the forgiving thought, he added: “As long as God gives me breath Tony Blair will never have a moments peace until he faces justice. And after me my sons.”
Nicola Sturgeon’s email inbox is “overflowing” with requests for the SNP to stand candidates south of the Scottish border, the Scottish First Minister has said.
Labour has launched a new campaign to win over Liberal Democrat voters by attacking their party for being “soft” on drugs.
A former Ukip candidate has blamed “informers” for leaking the details of a bizarre rant in which he called for the Israeli government to kidnap President Obama and put him on trial like a Nazi war-criminal.