Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses four main parties of failing to inform voters of their plans for the country
Popular Labour policies could end up binding an even greater majority of Scots to the United Kingdom
The best reaction to today's election news as two tribes go to war
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
Politicians urge people to register to vote before tonight's deadline to have say on how UK is run
New polling in Scotland appears to confirm Labour’s worst fears – but there’s hope elsewhere
Investigation claims UK's foreign aid target has led to 'spending frenzy' with big multilateral agencies
Fighting back, Team Cameron even tried selling the idea that the PM had not been invited
Post-debate survey asks who should be elected prime minister - and Miliband comes out on top
Taxation is a hot topic for many voters. Here's how the parties compare
Is is sexist to talk of 'the women's vote', and do women really vote that differently to men?
Former chief Sir David Nicholson says the dire state of the NHS will become apparent this autumn
Clegg’s coalition dreams in tatters if ComRes poll proves accurate and party is reduced to 19 MPs
Privatisation of the NHS is a hot election topic amid concerns over the health service's 'financial hole'
Referendum could go ahead without David Cameron having chance to win news terms of membership
Many who voted for Clegg’s party in 2010 still don't know what to do now – and it could decisive
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