With six weeks to go, speculations are mounting over the election results. But what could have happened if different events had taken course.
David Cameron declined to do a head-to-head interview with Ed Miliband but agreed to be grilled by the former BBC Newsnight interviewer Jeremy Paxman on the same night as his opponent.
Ed Balls ruled out introducing rises in national insurance and in the basic and higher rates of income tax as Labour moved to neutralise claims by David Cameron that the party was planning to introduce a tax “bombshell” after the election.
David Cameron wrongfooted Ed Miliband at their final prime minister’s question time encounter on Wednesday by echoing Labour’s headline-grabbing pledge not to increase VAT.
William Hague has tabled a change to parliamentary procedures to make it easier for Tory opponents of the Commons Speaker, John Bercow, to unseat him after the election.
A significant majority of Britons would like a return to one-party government after five years of coalition, according to the annual British Social Attitudes survey.
For some time now UKIP have been ahead of the Lib Dems in polls, but the gap could be narrowing. Have UKIP peaked too soon?
Alex Salmond has been accused of making a “deeply sinister” threat to try to force out the Conservatives and install a Labour government in a post-election hung parliament using procedures that could involve no negotiations and no deal with Ed Miliband.
A Labour government would tackle the root causes of the increase in the use of food banks across the UK, with the party to pledge that they “can never be allowed to become a permanent feature of British society”.
With six weeks to go, speculation is mounting over the election result. But what could have happened if certain individuals had made certain choices?
The NHS would be as safe as a pet hamster in the presence of a hungry python if Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Iain Duncan Smith rose to power following Brexit, Sir John Major has said.
Labour is considering backing the idea of a universal basic income – a radical transformation of the welfare state that would ditch means-tested benefits in favour a flat-rate payment.
Sadiq Khan could go head to head with his predecessor as London mayor, Boris Johnson, at the biggest EU referendum debate, just 48 hours before polling day.