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Last-ditch drive to get ‘missing million’ voters back on register

Government is attacked over the changes in registering that left many off electoral roll Continue reading...

Election 2015 live: Miliband unveils tough stance on immigration

*New immigrants must speak English, says Miliband*Alex Salmond: Ed Miliband ‘foolish’ to rule out SNP election deal*Ros Altmann lined up to become Tory peer if Conservatives win election*Tories ‘increasingly panic-stricken’, says Ed Miliband adviser*Afternoon summary Continue reading...

Alex Salmond: Ed Miliband ‘foolish’ to rule out SNP election deal

Former Scottish National party leader says all parties would have to react to the ‘electorate’s judgment’ after polling day Continue reading...

Fronting up: Nigel Farage set to face questions from another BBC audience

After being booed during the BBC leaders’ debate, the Ukip leader ‘is delighted’ to engage with the public on BBC1’s Election 2015: Ask Nigel Farage Continue reading...

Michael Gove rules out 'getting into bed' with Ukip

Coalition or vote-by-vote agreement rejected by Conservative chief whip after overtures from Nigel Farage Continue reading...

Labour targets exploitation of migrant workers with new investigative unit

Ed Miliband pledges Home Office unit with new powers to stop the abuse of workers in bid to prevent ‘exploitation of the worst kind’ Continue reading...

Ros Altmann lined up to become Tory peer if Conservatives win election

Pensions expert and former adviser to Tony Blair could gain minister’s position if she is made baroness in the event of a Tory victory Continue reading...

Election 2015 – live: Ed Miliband adviser warns of Tory “fog of fear”

*Axelrod: Tories ‘increasingly panic-stricken’*Fresh Ashcroft polling shows top Labour brass losing seats*Cameron warns of Labour ‘damage’ in Welsh Conservative manifesto launch*Miliband launches Labour’s manifesto for young people*IMF chief praises coalition’s management of the economy*Lunchtime summary Continue reading...

Nicola Sturgeon keeps up pressure on Ed Miliband in bid to lock Tories out

Scottish National party leader rebuffed by Labour who face defeat of star politicians in Scotland, according to new poll Continue reading...

Tories 'increasingly panic-stricken', says Ed Miliband adviser

David Axelrod says Conservatives have underestimated Labour leader and are losing momentum as general election approaches Continue reading...

That was the election week that was: Friday 17 April

From political cross-dressing and IFS umpiring to Ukip heckers and an opposition leaders’ debate cum love-in, Andrew Sparrow rounds up manifesto week Continue reading...

Where Greens should vote Labour (or not)

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Labour's Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander set to lose seats to SNP - poll

Ashcroft poll has Scottish Labour leader nine points behind in East Renfrewshire and campaign coordinator 11 points adrift in Paisley and Renfrewshire South Continue reading...

Coalition and minority governments are not so unusual in UK elections

The first-past-the-post system has led to fewer one-party majority governments in Britain than might be expected – only half of all those in the 20th century Continue reading...

Playground Pundits: 'Nigel Farage should be stuck in the middle of a sandwich' - video

Children are our future – but how do kids react to the contenders for future prime minister? We visited Betty Layward Primary School in Hackney, East London, to get the opinion of a group of 5 to 11 year olds on the highlights from the two big general election debates, featuring the likes of David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nicola Sturgeon and Nigel Farage Continue reading...

Jim Murphy launches Scottish Labour's manifesto with rousing speech

Scottish Labour leader unveils 160 commitments ranging from breakfast clubs for the poorest children to an extra £1bn investment in Scotland’s NHS Continue reading...

Labour makes no promises on military and Nato spending

Party’s defence spokesman, Vernon Coaker, says he is being realistic and there’s ‘nothing patriotic’ about criticising cuts only to make them later Continue reading...

Election 2015: Miliband learning that a warm grin could make the difference

Perhaps the former Tory chairman Chris Patten was right all along to warn his party that it should fear Ed Miliband more than Ukip’s Nigel Farage Continue reading...

Labour likens Ukip to BNP as South Thanet election fight gets bitter

With three-way battle between Ukip, Labour and Tories too close to call, former Lib Dem peer urges tactical vote for Labour’s Scobie to keep Farage and Tories out Continue reading...

Natalie Bennett pleased with her performance in BBC debate – video

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett says she is pleased with her performance in Thursday night's challengers' election debate. Bennett says she was happy there was a gender balance on the panel, which she says may inspire more women to enter politics. She says the debates have been 'inevitably slightly formulaic' but says they've revealed a great deal about the party leaders Continue reading...

General election 2015: If this deadlock holds, a battle is coming over Ed Miliband’s legitimacy

Halfway there: As the campaign marks its midpoint, the two main parties remain deadlocked. If things stay that way, it won’t be arithmetic that decides who forms the next government – but raw politics Continue reading...

The Guardian view on Britain’s choices: the economy

In this first of a series on the big policy options of the general election we look at the imperfect but nevertheless stark alternatives that face Britain on economic strategy Continue reading...

Britain is alien turf for US campaign gurus. Are they just West Winging it?

Ed Miliband has David Axelrod, and David Cameron has Jim Messina. And why not? They’re American and know what works in Iowa Continue reading...

General election 2015: party leaders urge millions to register to vote

Heads of seven main UK parties set aside politics to give backing to huge registration drive by Electoral Commission Continue reading...

Nick Clegg urges Scots to vote tactically to keep out SNP

Liberal Democrat leader appeals to floating voters to help his party keep hold of 11 Scottish seats in face of SNP onslaught Continue reading...

Martin Rowson on Nicola Sturgeon's offer to Ed Miliband – cartoon

Scottish National party leader urges Labour to join together to keep David Cameron out of Downing Street Continue reading...

Inside the campaigns: 'Now it's all about survival'

Halfway there: Three insiders from the Tories, Lib Dems and Labour are writing for the Guardian throughout the campaign. Here they give their views on how the parties are faring after the manifesto launches and with three weeks to go Continue reading...

Labour pledges four-week limit to unpaid internships

Ed Miliband to say many jobs in arts, media, finance and law are closed to those who cannot work for free; internships must pay minimum wage after four weeks Continue reading...

Ken Clarke: Tory party is too rightwing and personal attacks won't work

Former chancellor says failure to create rebalanced economy is ‘single biggest issue affecting the country’ and warns against unfunded promises Continue reading...

Labour confident of gaining ground in Wales through 'solidarity' message

Grassroots campaigning suggests voters are warming to Labour, which is aiming to win seats off the Tories and Plaid Cymru in west and north Wales Continue reading...


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