YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Tories have a four-point lead over Labour: CON 35%, LAB 31%, LD 8%, UKIP 14%, GRN 6%
Editorial: Why no one can trust this prophet of doom.
– 400 freed sex offenders have been missing for up to 14 years despite being ‘closely monitored’ but police won’t name them because it would ‘breach their human rights’.
– NHS bureaucrats on more than £140,000: 20 bosses award themselves higher salary than PM.
– Officials must never again let fears of being called racist get in the way of reporting sex crimes against children, says Ofsted chief.
– GPs reject £150-an-hour deal to open at Easter: Family doctors condemn offer and say they will turn up ‘if cash is quadrupled’.
Editorial: Latest EU ruling is a dangerous precedent that rewards criminals.
– Britain would become the NORTH KOREA of Europe if we left EU, says Gordon Brown.
– David Cameron speaks of relief after daughter Nancy secures place at top state school.
– Britain has no hope of stopping free movement of migrants, says Foreign Secretary.
– George Osborne wants to raise the tax-free personal allowance.
Editorial: US makes a strategic error in the oil price war.
Editorial: In the telecoms industry, the consumer comes first.
– Scottish powers plan raises danger of conflict, warn MPs.
– Osborne finds austerity breathing space.
– The only future for the UK is a federal one.
Editorial: The Guardian view on the assault on human rights law: objection sustained.
Editorial: The Guardian view on Islamic State: fear in a handful of dust.
– Government accused of breaking promises on NHS cancer treatment.
– Scottish parties fail the gender equality test before general election.
– Immigration and health what UK voters are talking about, data shows.
– David Cameron ‘could remain in office’ after election if we get hung parliament, admits policy adviser Sir Jeremy Heywood.
– Tories’ Alex Salmond billboard gets Nigel Farage spoof treatment.
– Ed Balls: ‘Police and the Army will bear brunt of £70bn Tory cash cuts’.
– Thousands of cancer patients being denied radiotherapy because of Government’s broken promise.
– Tories ‘will charge NHS patients for treatment to pay for £70billion of cuts’ claims Ed Balls.
– Urgent inquiry needed into impact of 100k mentally ill people losing disability benefits, says ex-health minister.
– Lib Dem tax plans help middle earners, not the low paid, warns economic expert.
Editorial: IT’S an insane idea but we understand why Labour’s biggest private donor would rather his party had a coalition with the Tories than the Scottish Nationalists. LIBERATING private pensions is one of George Osborne’s best ideas.
– DESPERATE Labour chiefs are plotting a German-style permanent alliance with the SNP to hand Ed Miliband the keys to No 10, it has emerged.
– Kids still at ‘paedo risk’.
– Britain faces ‘biggest security threat in generations’, Foreign Secretary warns.
– Unions plotting pitch invasion at top Premiership footy fixture before Election.
Editorial: Telegraph View: Jean-Claude Juncker should ditch his absurd initiative for a European army and focus on cutting red tape.
Editorial: Free schools teach the tories a valuable lesson.
– Samantha Power: defence cuts are ‘deeply concerning’.
– Fixing our schools: ‘it’s not the policy, it’s the people’.
Editorial: British Asians need a stake in our past.
– Parents call in police to control their children.
– Balls heaps pressure on Tories with defence spending pledge.
– Labour candidates reject Blair’s cash gift.
– James Carver MEP appointed as Commonwealth Spokesman.
– Plans binding future governments to spending minimum amount on foreign aid opposed by UKIP.
– The real answer to providing first class education in this country is to provide grammar school places.
– Keep the Commonwealth Flag Flying.
– LONDON: Eric Pickles oral Commons statement on Troubled Families programme.
– 0830 LONDON: Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond speech on intelligence and security.
– 0930 LONDON: Child mortality rates released by ONS.
– 1415 LONDON: Bank of England Governor Mark Carney gives evidence to the Lords Economic Affairs Committee.
– 1530 LONDON: Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond gives evidence to the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee.
– 1615 LONDON: The former leader of Rotherham Borough Council, Roger Stone, gives evidence to the Commons Communities and Local Government Committee on child sex abuse in the town.
– 1900: Harriet Harman phone-in on LBC Radio.