Keep calm and explain the election to me please.
Who's running? How can they win? Who'll be in charge? And what will the Queen be doing? The election, explained.
Parliamentary arithmetic can be fun when you know how!
In 2010, there were more than 1,000 potential coalition options. Here's how to make friends in 2015.
Labour leader ruled out any SNP deals on Question Time.
A Tory election win is the best scenario for the SNP. If Labour squeak home, it will need to find a better way forward
Britain’s true colours.
Politicians should cut the language deficit for the sake of voters.
How have the homeless fared under the coalition?
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David Cameron has said the number of people sleeping rough has gone down under the coalition. That isn't backed up by the evidence.
Not quite the same.
You don't have to love David Cameron to vote Conservative, but it helps.
Wishing it doesn’t make it so.
A minority Labour administration might govern the UK despite finishing runner-up in both England and Scotland.
I’m going to answer that question indirectly.
Cameron and Miliband talk NHS and immigration but the audience wanted to know about post-election deals.
The final showdown.
The final big pitch to the voters has been made. So who came out on top?
This is what democracy looks like: citizens giving politicians a public bollocking.
The Ruth and nothing but the Ruth.
The Scottish Tory leader will need more than David Cameron's backing to lead the UK party.
‘Sorry guv, can’t be done.’
Each of the main parties' pledges on housing are short of what is required. But regardless, they can't be done.
UK politics is no longer a political tango for two, as this party leaders’ debate illustrated.
Voters in the UK are again looking beyond the traditional two-party system and look set to put paid to a famous proposition of political science.
Spot the heavyweight.
Pete Souza, via Wikimedia Commons.
Ed Miliband's attack on David Cameron's foreign policy seems to have hit home. But is it deserved?
Not a stellar record.
The Conservatives are livid at Ed Miliband's criticism of Cameron's foreign policy record. Perhaps it cuts too deep.
Where are they all going?
While all election campaigns are different – and this one is more different than most – there’s usually an incident or two that gives the political obsessive a pleasant reminder of bygone days. So far…
Which football team do I support again?
Ordinary bloke or posh twit? Meet the ancient Greek David Cameron.
“You don’t know what you’re doing!” - Tory sport plans are not enough.
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Conservative sport manifesto puts the elite ahead of the grassroots.
Are we ready for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to design how we move into a new era of capitalism?
So you see Nicola, the plan is to drag your name through the mud.
Nicola Sturgeon faces daily attacks for undermining England. But The Conservatives are hitting new lows with their latest proposal.