The Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg is more popular than his deputy leader Vince Cable for the first time following PoliticsHome's weekly opinion poll.
The Conservatives received more money in donations in the first week of the election campaign than Labour and the Liberal Democrats put together.
A highly personal attack on Gordon Brown by Nick Clegg in today's Daily Telegraph casts serious doubt on whether the two men will ever be able to work together in the event of a hung parliament.
Unemployment has risen by 43,000 in the last three months compared to the previous quarter.
An independent candidate standing in the crucial Labour-Conservative Luton South marginal has given his campaign a boost by attracting more Facebook supporters than those of almost all the Cabinet.
The Liberal Democrat bubble has not yet burst, a week on from the TV debate which gave Nick Clegg such a boost.
A senior aide to Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg left his notes on last week's televised debate in the back of a London taxi.
Conservatives defending the marginal West Worcestershire seat are attacking the Liberal Democrats' national policies as the local party looks to make an impressive gain.
The six day shutdown of Britain's airports has led to calls for official inquiries by opposition politicians.
Britain may have been better off never going into the Afghanistan war, the Tory candidate for Poplar and Limehouse has said.
Labour is split over forming a coalition with the Liberal Democrats in the case of a hung parliament.
Senior military commanders have warned the Trident replacement programme may not be financially viable, backing Nick Clegg's position on the issue.
Clergy in the Midlands have been asked to ban BNP candidates from speaking at candidates' hustings debates organised by churches.
David Cameron has been hit by an egg thrown by a protester in Cornwall.
Polling organisation YouGov has denied suggestions the way it was conducting surveys is designed to diminish support for the Liberal Democrats.
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Former Tatton MP Martin Bell has claimed independent candidates have an "unprecedented opportunity" to "change the face of politics for good".
A new Conservative poster campaign pledging to cut benefits for those who "refuse to work" will appeal to core Tory voters in lower income groups but is unlikely to sway marginal voters, according to ITV polling company ComRes.
David Cameron has been heavily backed to bounce back and win the second leaders' televised debate.