The Green party has unveiled it’s manifesto - one much further to the left than Labour's - but will they gains in May?
The opinion polls are inconclusive and it’s unclear what real impact the TV debates had, but David Cameron has achieved his objectives.
With the seven-way debate getting underway tonight, who will come out strongest? What do the betting markets say?
A new YouGov poll indicates that the public think the proposed TV debates should go ahead with or without the UK Prime Minister.
Broadcasters have stated that the three planned TV debates will go ahead, meaning that the Prime Minister could be 'empty-chaired'.
A row between broadcasters and the main parties means TV debates are unlikely to go ahead. This is a good thing for the standard of political debate and for British democracy - the proposals were unworkable.
Following the proposals for a 7-7-2 format for the debates, Labour’s prospects in May could rise or fall.
The Greens have unveiled a new poster, saying: 'What are you afraid of, boys?', suggesting that the other leaders are scared of debating the Greens.
YouGov’s latest poll suggests that just 22% of the electorate think the Prime Minister genuinely wants to have a televised debate with other leader.
In the same week that the Prime Minister has said he will not debate without the Greens, a new YouGov poll suggests a huge majority favour the debates.