Russell Brand quizzes Ed Miliband on tax evasion and media ownership, but manages to steal the spotlight
The Democratic Unionist Party is ready to do a deal with either Labour or the Conservatives – but at what cost?
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
From youngest parliamentary candidate in Scotland to one of the most powerful women in the UK
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
Or perhaps not? BBC's Nick Robinson among those wondering if Boris did himself any favours
Why is Cameron persevering with this line? It could lose the Tories valuable support from DUP
England manifesto proposes to ban Scottish MPs from voting on income tax south of the border
A look at the parties campaigning for unicorns, a Minister for Men and the legalisation of cannabis
Labour denies ‘personal attack’ after Tories slam ‘provocative and shameful’ foreign affairs speech
Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses four main parties of failing to inform voters of their plans for the country
Brand stokes fury at our political system, but 'compelling' documentary is undermined by 'meaningless nonsense'
Popular Labour policies could end up binding an even greater majority of Scots to the United Kingdom
Should George Osborne really be invoking foreign investment bankers in support of a Tory victory?
Farage proposes slashing BBC licence fee and handing over entertainment and sport to cable channels
It may be ‘helpful’ to see Labour lose seats to the SNP, but ‘it threatens the integrity of our country’
Polling average still has parties neck-and-neck which is unlikely to keep Cameron in Downing Street
‘You wouldn’t get Herod to run a baby farm, would you?’ asks Boris as Tories reach for scare tactics