YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour lead by one: CON 32%, LAB 33%, LD 6%, UKIP 17%, GRN 6% Ashcroft National Poll: Con 34%, Lab 28%, Lib Dem 8%, UKIP 16%, Green 8%
– Petrol price cut by 2p as big four supermarkets fuel price war brings £1 a liter petrol ever closer.
– EU referendum greater risk to London’s property market than General Election uncertainty, says KPMG.
Editorial: Cameron can’t duck migration questions.
– Defiant Charlie Hebdo’s first cover since massacre depicts weeping Prophet Muhammad holding Je Suis Charlie sign as authors aim to sell 3 MILLION copies.
– Farage says West bears some ‘culpability’ for Paris massacres because of foreign wars and mass immigration.
Editorial: Terror wife should not be allowed to live in Britain.
– Cameron defends decision to cut immigration from his six ‘key themes’ of general election.
– Primary school boy accuses rail chiefs of being ‘bad at maths’ and telling lies
– ‘Gibraltar is a pawn’ PM blasted for ‘sacrificing’ the Rock to secure reforms in Europe.
– Furious backlash as Ed Miliband claims quitting EU makes UK more vulnerable to terrorists.
– ‘Nasty shock’ as a MILLION people miss out on full pension.
– Cancer drugs axed in £80million NHS cuts.
Editorial: Extremist attacks not just in France but in Nigeria and Yemen too.
Editorial: Britain needs to set its housing market in order.
– Railway report rekindles row over break-up.
– It’s the economy, stupid, David Cameron warns doubters.
Editorial: The Guardian view on mass surveillance: missing the target.
Editorial: The Guardian view on milk prices: dairy farmers are being driven out of business. The groceries regulator should find out why.
– Losses due to housing benefit fraud and errors rising, say MPs.
– Pay squeeze could cost Treasury more than £100bn, say Labour calculations.
– Almost one in five primary schools has too many pupils, Labour survey finds.
– Nick Clegg calls for revival of ‘snoopers’ charter’ over fears in the wake of Paris attacks.
– MPs pursued for thousands in overpaid expenses.
– Ministers fail to investigate G4S ‘human rights abuses’.
– David Cameron slammed after claiming he will slash £30BILLION without inflicting pain.
Editorial: FACTOR out Ukip, the Lib Dems, the Greens and the Raving Loonies on May 7 and voters will be faced with one simple question: Who do you want to be Prime Minister? THE axing of extortionate cash machine charges is a Sun victory that will be felt in th
Editorial: Network Rail is inefficient, unaccountable and indifferent to the customer – it must sort its act out.
Editorial: The Tories have the right message, but they need to ram home how life will get better.
– Middle class hardest hit by benefit cuts and tax rises.
– Why Ed Miliband should be careful talking about the NHS.
– Why our trains are going nowhere.
– General Election 2015: David Cameron to give more snooping powers to spies.
Editorial: Britain is stuck in the slow lane of broadband speed.
– Labour plan to borrow risks £170bn extra debt.
– Faulty equipment and too few staff caused rail chaos.
– David Cameron is ignoring voters’ concerns.
– Prime Minister fails to mention critical migration policy.
– Time to cut the cost of public transport.
– EU VAT rule change leads to 200 small businesses closing.
– LONDON: London bus workers’ strike.
– 0930 CITY: Inflation figures for December are published by the Office for National Statistics.
– 0930: Office for National Statistics (ONS) releases its house price figures.
– 1400 LONDON: Former prime minister Tony Blair to appear before a parliamentary inquiry into so-called On the Runs (OTRs).
– 1430 LONDON: Hugo Swire at Foreign Affairs Committee on Hong Kong.
– 1530 LONDON: Lords Economic Affairs Committee hearing on HS2
– 1550 LONDON: Theresa May and Chris Grayling at Lords EU Committee.