With less than a week until the general election the polls suggest that neither of the main parties look set to pull ahead.
With the election less than a week away how many seats does Ed Miliband need to get into Downing Street with the help of the SNP?
Ed Miliband has hardened his opposition to a deal with the Scottish National party, saying that he was “not going to have a Labour government if it means deals or coalitions with the SNP”.
Nick Clegg has accused the Tories of acting in a “deceitful” way over their plans for £12bn in welfare cuts, as he defended the decision of his Liberal Democrat colleague Danny Alexander to expose previous Conservative proposals prepared in 2012 to cut child benefit and tax credits.
Police have dismissed a complaint by the Ukip leader, Nigel Farage, over disparaging comments made on the satirical TV programme Have I Got News For You.
Nicola Sturgeon has come under further pressure to rule out a second independence referendum after Scottish Labour mounted a last-ditch effort to prevent a rout in next week’s general election.
Ed Miliband will be forced to reach across the political divide as prime minister in the event of an Scottish National party landslide depriving the Labour party of an overall parliamentary majority, the former home secretary David Blunkett has said.
Russell Brand has finally given a firm endorsement of who he thinks people should vote for in the general election – but only in the constituency of Brighton Pavilion.
The Conservatives have received praise from 90 tech entrepreneurs, who have written to the Guardian to say it would be bad for jobs, growth and innovation to “change course”.
Cristiano Ronaldo reacted angrily after being approached by a television reporter while out walking near Portugal’s hotel in Lyon – grabbing the microphone and throwing it into a lake.
Labour’s Sadiq Khan and the Tories’ Ruth Davidson teamed up to launch a cross-party attack on the Vote Leave figurehead, Boris Johnson, at Wembley on Tuesday night, as the campaigns clashed for the final time in the EU referendum battle.
Britain must leave the EU to stop immigration having a devastating impact on schools, Priti Patel, a Tory minister and leading Brexit campaigner, will say on Wednesday.