Blink and you missed it. Barely 20 minutes after both Natalie Bennett and Caroline Lucas had first appeared in one of the spaces in the Arcola renewable energy theatre in Dalston – everything is a space in this part of east London – they were both gone. Speeches made and questions more or less answered. More less than more, on balance.
Ukip will try to cast itself as a serious political party by presenting a “fully costed” manifesto that pledges to help take the UK out of the European Union within two years and bring back the “primary purpose rule” scrapped by Labour that forced immigrants to prove their marriages to British citizens are genuine.
On Tuesday the Conservatives published their manifesto. Here’s some of their key policies so you don't have to read all 83 pages.
The Labour manifesto once again contains a reform that has little public support, and even less justification or logic behind it.
A website suggesting how Labour and Green voters should vote to keep out the Conservatives shows how flawed our electoral system is.
A confident Ed Miliband declared he is ready to serve as prime minister having rightly been tested over the last four-and-a-half years for the privilege of leading Britain.
Nick Clegg has said that he would not enter coalition with the Conservative party again after May’s election if the party insists on introducing its proposed £12bn of social security cuts.
An unabashed extension of the Thatcherite right to buy for 1.3m families in housing association properties will be at the centre of an aspirational Tory manifesto due to be launched on Tuesday in the West Country.
The deputy prime minister Nick Clegg failed to attend an election debate in his Sheffield constituency on Sunday night, sending a student as his replacement.
A Guardian/ICM poll has produced a surprise Conservative lead of six points, taking David Cameron’s party to 39% with Labour on 33%.
David Cameron has warned that pledges to raise state pensions every year and ringfence spending for the NHS may have to be ditched in a brutal new phase of austerity if the country votes for Brexit.
The chair of the work and pensions select committee has rejected a call to resign from Sir Philip Green, the owner of Topshop, who accused the MP of attempting to destroy his reputation over the controversial sale of BHS.