Tracking the parties’ poll averages shows Tories are flatlining and way off their target for victory
As David Cameron heads to Scotland to unveil ‘massive transfer of power’, SNP leader has other ideas
PM risks being accused of belittling PMQs by bringing up tittle-tattle from Mail serialisation
Irony is that the more the Tories boast about improving outlook, the more voters worry about other issues
It sounds like a joke – but some in Westminster are apparently beginning to take the idea seriously
More important to Miliband, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has risked bringing up NHS privatisation again
Former advisor to John Major believes we could see another surprise Tory victory - just like 1992
And as for Chuka Umunna vs Dermot Murnaghan, what got into the Sky presenter? Should he be applying to Fox News?
Even Barack Obama is calling for higher taxes on the wealthy: but what does his ‘bro’ Cameron have to say?
And with North Sea oil revenues dropping fast, pressure on the Nationalists is only likely to grow
The economy is working again – but for who? Welby and Sentamu argue with Tories’ election strategy
Miliband, Clegg and Farage find an issue they’re agreed on: but shouldn't they be backing Natalie?
Think tank warns of £170bn extra debt under Labour but paints a miserable picture if Tories succeed
‘You have to wonder if he really wants to win’ says Murdoch paper as PM seeks to avoid Ukip territory
Cameron accused of ‘chickening out’ of TV debates because he fears Farage’s impact on Tory voters
The world cannot rely on Syria’s neighbours to carry the entire burden of the refugee crisis
Tory eurosceptic David Davis says German leader must understand Cameron is not sabre-rattling
Coalition will stay in place until election day despite Lib Dems’ distaste for Osborne’s measures
Economy, economy, economy says Cameron’s election guru – but not everyone’s playing by his rules
Thanks for nothing: Blair and Brown between them lost 5m Labour supporters before Miliband took over
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