What are we to make of recent polling that shows Brits will vote to stay in EU. Is that wrong too?
The Tory right has got its wish: the Lib Dems are gone. Which just makes it harder for the PM
Telegraph claims Miliband is plotting to seize power: Guardian says it’s a Cameron coup we should fear
Pollsters shows Labour and Tories tied – which means a 3.5 average swing to Labour since 2010
Is it fair, asks Lord O’Donnell, that Ukip and the Greens will win lots of votes and very few seats?
Ashcroft polling shows more agree that coalition policies have failed and 'it’s time for a change'
Lib Dems would lend ‘legitimacy’ because Labour would not be dependent wholly on SNP
Poll shows sudden rise in Tory fortunes quite at odds with general swing to Labour in the capital
He would challenge Labour and SNP to bring him down and make it clear they wielded the ‘bloody dagger’
To general incredulity, both party leaders said they could still win overall majorities. Think again
In theory, Miliband can count on SNP never supporting Tories. In practice, will it be that simple?
New polling shows Clegg could lose Sheffield seat - with a little help from Ronnie O’Sullivan
If the Tories are re-elected, Osborne will have to reduce deficit with one hand tied behind his back
Cameron dismisses it as a joke - but Miliband gains access to voters other politicians cannot reach
It’s a bloody important election and I’m determined to win it, says pumped up David Cameron
Tories look more like emerging the largest party but without Lib Dem numbers to keep Cameron at No 10
Ten days to go, Miliband returns to cost of living crisis while Tories push economic competence
Why is Cameron persevering with this line? It could lose the Tories valuable support from DUP
Labour denies ‘personal attack’ after Tories slam ‘provocative and shameful’ foreign affairs speech
Two polls show the gap opening up – but pollster with a better recent record still has Labour ahead
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