Richard Lutz reports on another blighted week in Old Blighty.
Richard Lutz watches democracy go down the pan.
Liam Byrne launches a Manifesto for the Next Generation.
Richard Lutz holds his breath as Britain twists in the wind.
Liam Byrne launches radical women’s manifesto to tackle “pervasive inequality”.
Richard Lutz wanders….
Political columnist Will Mapplebeck drops in on the Tory shindig in Birmingham.
You may have heard, it’s election time again, warns Will Mapplebeck. Beware.
Voters in Birmingham reminded to speak up if they suspect fraud.
Housing to be key issue in election fight.
Not quite a suicide note, but will Theresa May’s manifesto turn epic-sized victory into something rather less asks Steve Beauchampé?
Advice on where to find your local polling station published.
Aim to boost central government help for devolved region.
Deputy party leader leads tribute to murdered MP.
The Left’s arguments for remaining in the EU are anathema to David Cameron and George Osborne. So go make them, urges Steve Beauchampé.
The trick isn’t to give people what they want, but to give them what they don’t yet know that they want, says Steve Beauchampé.
What do we want? A Greater Birmingham Regional Assembly! When do we want it? Now! So says Steve Beauchampé.
Exactly what part of the word ‘No’ doesn’t George Osborne understand, asks Steve Beauchampé.
As the dust settles, Tory euphoria and Labour gloom has yet to subside. Dominic Fisher examines the possibilities a new government will bring.
General Election 2015: Didn’t see that result coming did you? Steve Beauchampé did… well, sort of, a little bit.
The Birmingham Press guide to the 2015 General Election, as it happens.
Royal Mail challenged over missing election freepost in Ladywood.
Richard Lutz explains how Midland Tories received £193,000 worth of donations from a construction giant.
Richard Lutz at Birmingham Rep on a new political play opening just before the election
Richard Lutz scribbles an election Letter to America
Who is the greenest candidate of them all?
Residents urged to register to vote.
John Knox, who until recently covered Scottish politics for the BBC, files this report.
Forget the current obsession with reforming the EU, reform of our domestic political institutions is far more important says Steve Beauchampé.
Conservatives also make gains while Ukip come close.