Polling shows two main parties could tie on 272 apiece - with surging SNP holding the balance of power
From 'weedy and square' comprehensive school pupil to opposition leader. Will Ed be the next PM?
Sadly, unless the men in white coats (or M&S suits) come for Miliband, it is too late to change leaders
What hope of Miliband leading Labour to victory in May if he can’t connect with party supporters?
Six-point lead for No as polls prepare to open - perhaps it's not 'too close to call' after all
No leader accuses Alex Salmond of condoning Yes supporters who have over-stepped the mark
Survation poll shows a six-point lead for No: has Alex Salmond's Yes campaign peaked too early?
Queen must not be asked to intervene, says former Tory PM, whatever she might feel privately
With Scottish Labour supporters ignoring Miliband and Darling, only Brown can sell 'home rule' option
Is Murdoch, attracted by power rather than party politics, set to play king-maker in Scotland?
With Boris Johnson refusing to stand against defector Carswell, victory could be very sweet for Ukip leader
Shadow chancellor's bid to bury party's tax-and-spend reputation alienates some MPs and union bosses
Harman accuses Gordon Brown of discrimination and David Cameron of 'window dressing'
Ed is nowhere near as unpopular as Gordon Brown – and Cameron was unable to knock him out
Damien McBride's publisher grapples with protester and a dog named Stuart on Brighton seafront
Gordon Brown's former spin doctor insists he's 'happy' to tell police about efforts to discredit ministers
Tentative Labour leader wants a 'UN moment' before any military move but is highly unlikely to get it
Veteran Labour MP is not alone in his worries that Ed Miliband cannot bring the party victory in 2015 election
Government says it's 'unprecedented' investment, but sceptics say we may not get everything on the list
Having called the PM 'despicable' and 'an arse', the only surprise is that Patrick Mercer didn't have to go earlier