Labour's manifesto is 86 pages long so here's some of the key pledges the party has made. A link to the full copy is also included.
A new YouGov poll for the Sunday Times suggests that a majority of people are in favour of some key Labour policies.
Ed Miliband will move to change the terms of the general election campaign by portraying Labour as the party of fiscal responsibility when he guarantees that every policy will be fully funded and will involve no extra borrowing.
If there is a building in Bradford West that symbolises the political and cultural battle for the constituency, it is perhaps the brand new pub on Westgate.
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has called Tony Blair an “epic, patronising tosser”, for saying Britain should not hold a referendum on EU membership, it has been reported.
Nick Clegg has announced that the Liberal Democrats are to soften the effect of the mansion tax on properties worth more than £2m, as the party moves to reassure voters in southern England seats alarmed by the original proposal.
The Tories suffered a blow on Sunday when the Institute for Fiscal Studies warned that a pledge to raise the inheritance tax threshold on family homes to £1m would disproportionately benefit richer people.
Since the referendum the SNP have surged, whilst Labour have plummeted, and this will not stop soon.
The Tories have a 2-point lead over Labour as support for Ukip falls, according to the latest Opinium poll for the the Observer.
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