The Democratic Unionist Party is ready to do a deal with either Labour or the Conservatives – but at what cost?
Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses four main parties of failing to inform voters of their plans for the country
Scottish nationalists want to scrap Trident, reduce university tuition fees and block welfare cuts
Investigation claims UK's foreign aid target has led to 'spending frenzy' with big multilateral agencies
Is is sexist to talk of 'the women's vote', and do women really vote that differently to men?
After tuition fees fiasco, Clegg gives five manifesto pledges 'near religious status' in any coalition deal
Every Labour policy pledged will be paid for 'without a single penny of extra borrowing', says party
Ed Miliband says he would scrap the non-dom status that has become 'a symbol of tax avoidance' in the UK
As Labour’s election campaign kicks off at Olympic Park, Ed’s spin doctors try to inject a little sunshine
Former SNP leader says the party would come out against the Conservatives in a vote of confidence