Highlights from this category
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2014 version) 10 Jul
- Want to improve public services? Work out how to fix my scaffolding 7 Aug
- The real political battle isn’t Conservative vs Labour or Cameron vs Miliband 11 Feb
- Councillor Camp: 10 questions to see if your council gets digital 12 Jan
- Sign up for a free 10-week Campaign Masterclass 14 Dec
- Get Lib Dem campaign buttons for your website 29 Oct
- Five of the most common mistakes that Lib Dem campaigners make 23 May
- What have the Liberal Democrats achieved in government? 7 Mar
- The politics of windmills 30 Nov
- A lesson from history in tackling terrorism 25 Nov
He isn’t a minister. He’s not elected. He’s not even an unelected member of the House of Lords. But he’ll be able to look back on this Parliament as one where he made a much bigger contribution than many Liberal Democrat ministers.
Elections that occur after people have had more sleep result in higher turnout.
David Cameron rules out forming a coalition government - so reported the Daily Telegraph just two days before Cameron offered to form a coalition government.
More comedy genius from Australia’s Clarke and Dawe: You can also watch this on YouTube.
Four months after being charged with electoral fraud involving nomination papers for local elections, UKIP's general election candidate for Yarmouth has resigned.
The economy has now recovered to above pre-crash levels, showing that the Liberal Democrats were right to go into government in 2010 to fix the economy mess
The Electoral Commission's report into the May 2014 elections is fairly low-key, but in amongst the modest changes floated based on the lessons of this year are a couple of welcome details - and one misplaced idea.
Unusually for a reshuffle move, Ed Vaizey’s new job is one for which he has plenty of relevant experience in government.
To say a politician's speech only contained what what the audience likes to hear isn’t always a compliment.
Oborne backs down on cutting carbon targets