Ukip’s 76-page manifesto, called Believe in Britain, has been unveiled Nigel Farage in the Essex constituency of Thurrock. The key points are:
The Liberal Democrats have outlined their key demand in any coalition negotiations with the Conservatives with a promise to block plans by George Osborne to impose £12bn of welfare cuts in the next parliament.
There were one or two guests who seemed keen to make an early check out.
A former Conservative party candidate for Sheffield Hallam has written to people in the area telling them to vote for the Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg, in order to prevent a Labour win.
The director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies thinktank has rubbished one of Labour’s key policies for tackling in-work poverty, the 10p starting rate of income tax, describing it as “pointless” and a “gimmick”.
With the SNP expected to surge in May the Liberal Democrats offer a vision for a more devolved, but united, federal UK
A new batch of Ashcroft polling suggests that Labour could be on course for making gains in key marginals. But is it enough?
The Green party has unveiled it’s manifesto - one much further to the left than Labour's - but will they gains in May?
The latest Guardian projection has the combined Labour and SNP share of seats on 326. This is an all time high in our daily series – and more significantly, it’s a majority.
Jim Murphy says he is absolutely confident the Scottish Labour party remains in charge of decision making in Scotland after a difficult 24 hours in which senior shadow cabinet ministers appeared to publicly contradict his spending plans.
Labour is aiming to win seats it has not held for decades and some it has never won before in 2020 with a “bold and ambitious” programme for government, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
MPs are to consider a letter by Sports Direct’s founder, Mike Ashley, in which says he will appear in front of a parliamentary committee investigating his business practices on the condition that the politicians visit his company’s headquarters first.