A Conservative parliamentary candidate in the East Midlands has been accused of failing to take the complaints of parents seriously after he used a picture of their children without permission.
Polls on the last day of the election campaign still suggest no party will be able to form a majority government, but they do show some good news for Labour.
Leaders criss-cross country
Music mogul Simon Cowell has spoken in support of David Cameron, a day before the election.
Follow today's ministerial TV debate on trust in politics with politics.co.uk's live blog.
Leaders of all the main political parties have hit back at suggestions from senior Labour figures that the public should vote tactically tomorrow.
Speculation continued to mount today about a possible deal between the Tories and the DUP in the event of a hung parliament.
Nick Clegg took centre stage in Wavertree yesterday in a final bid to win the seat for the Liberal Democrats, but revelations about his candidate's owing the tax payer £80,000 have rocked the campaign.
Betting interest in this election is so high that bookies will keep their telephone betting offices open throughout election night.
The British National party's (BNP) beleaguered election campaign hit a new disaster today when its head of online operations quit the party and took the website with him.
Bookies are anticipating over £25million being gambled on the 2010 General Election across the UK with the success of the TV debates as election fever grips the UK.
Paul Weston, Ukip's candidate for the Cities of London and Westminster seat, has predicted a civil war in the UK in the next 20 years following "the ethnic cleansing of the English".