Surge of Scottish Nationalist support may unseat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls loses his seat to the Conservatives following a recount
Britain's boisterously partisan newspapers have thrown up a few surprises this year, offering support in unexpected ways
A 'weird' electoral system, a 'barmy' prime minister and a party that sounds like an 'awful pudding'
The Week’s poll-watcher Don Brind lists the key results to watch for if you’re staying up in front of the TV
The polls are deadlocked and few are predicting anything other than a hung parliament
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
Polls suggest the election is too close to call as leaders of the main parties rush around the country
Is it fair, asks Lord O’Donnell, that Ukip and the Greens will win lots of votes and very few seats?