London politics news & analysis
Here’s how support for the death penalty is dropping
Here’s what we reckon will crop up
Author of My Booky Wook and Revolution makes surprise entry
And its chairman admits that three-quarters of staff are on zero-hours contracts
Could the relatively unknown cycling supporter pedal his way to victory?
As the smaller parties grow, so too does their power
Are the Conservatives bolstering the number of celebrities in the party?
Ed Balls will announce the pledge in a speech today
We’d need more migrant workers from outside the EU
What we’ve long suspected is true
High-profile party member was prospective MP for Folkestone and Hythe
Good day to bury bad news?
The lighter side of economic policy
George Osborne’s sixth Budget today, much like his grey tie, was boring. Here’s why
Here’s a round-up of what business leaders thought
A quick digest of the things that will affect your business, taxes and NI
Here’s what George Osborne said, word for word, on Wednesday 18 March
Bad news for the chancellor on Budget day
BUDGET 2015: New digital tax accounts will save time and trouble
New 12-sided coin will be introduced in 2017
Heads up - the Budget has been and gone, so this sneak-preview is outdated. Catch up on what was actually announced
UKIP leader causes a stir (again)
He gave peace a chance, it didn’t work out
Nigel Farage has claimed he will quit as UKIP leader if he does not win a Parliamentary seat at the upcoming general election.
Labour would give Ofgem the legal power to enforce price cuts
UKIP’s leader is under fire again
The Tooting MP wants more devolution for the regions and more power for London. So what about the upcoming election?
The business secretary speaks to LondonlovesBusiness.com