YouGov’s latest polls for the Sun have put the Conservatives ahead, following a string of marginal Labour leads.
The Conservatives have signalled that David Cameron is willing to take part in televised leaders’ debates following the publication of revised plans from broadcasters.
Plans for televised election debates were thrown into fresh doubt when broadcasters tried to break the deadlock over the line-up by proposing to include the Green party, the Scottish National party and Plaid Cymru in two of three proposed debates – only to find their plans met with fierce objections from the Liberal Democrats and the Democratic Unionists.
Tuesday’s YouGov for the Sun poll gives an indication as to how people think the main parties would tackle the country’s biggest problems.
The aftermath of the Scottish referendum has increased the importance of the fight for those wanting greater devolved power in Wales.
The decision of Scotland will have a larger effect on Wales than most realise, as shown by the comments of Plaid Cymru this week.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in Philippe Coutinho.
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren appears to be fourth choice central defender for Jurgen Klopp's side.
Le Havre could have created another midfield superstar in Pape Gueye with Premier League Arsenal reportedly battling AC Milan and Sevilla for the midfielder.
Jose Mourinho has pushed Tottenham Hotspur closer to the Champions League places.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is said to be a big fan of Kylian Mbappe.
Leeds United are facing the prospect of yet another play-off finish despite such a strong start to the season.
Jurgen Klopp's Premier League leaders sent Harry Wilson on loan to Bournemouth and he has hit seven goals already for Eddie Howe's Cherries.
Jose Mourinho's Spurs could lose Jan Vertonghen next summer with Eredivisie champions Ajax considering a raid of the Premier League giants.
Leeds United attacker Tyler Roberts has been used frequently as a substitute by Marcelo Bielsa this season.
Arsenal have been linked with Layvin Kurzawa.
Welsh Labour has been dealt a bitter blow in one of its heartland valleys seats where one of its most respected politicians was beaten by the Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood.
Leanne Wood, the leader of the Welsh nationalists Plaid Cymru, is by far the most popular of the main party leaders in Wales, according to a poll.
MPs and activists will seek to jump-start the campaign for proportional representation with a conference in London on Monday intended to mobilise support for electoral reform.