From autonomy to responsibility: the SNP's manifesto goes beyond the Scottish border.
Imagine a radically shrunken economy with 45% of all national income reserved for the state and you've just scratched the surface of the Greens' economic vision.
Miliband throws renters a lifeline but the neediest still miss out on affordable housing.
The devolved health care in Scotland raises questions on the fairness of the funding for health in the UK.
While the SNP's manifesto is rather thin on immigration pledges, it does make a proposal to attract more international students – a group Scotland needs badly.
The Green Party offers an ambitious health manifesto, wanting to allocate £20 billion more to health care by 2020.
Welfare policy was a political hot potato in the referendum campaign, and it's a big weapon for the SNP in 2015 too.
Our experts check if Plaid Cyrmu's policies measure up.
The experts assess whether the claims in the Liberal Democrats' manifesto align with the evidence.
For all of Nick Clegg's campaign promises, the Lib Dem's vision of early childhood isn't the clearest.
The Liberal Democrats want a change in direction over immigration.
Our experts asses the credibility of UKIP's top ticket policies.
Labour's manifesto promise of fairer taxes – re-introducing the 10p tax and raising the top rate for high earners – sounds good. But they may not see the benefits in reality.
Most of the best local authority homes were sold off under Thatcher: what's left won't help the housing crisis.
Our experts review the evidence behind the Green Party's big ticket policies.
UKIP's manifesto makes misleading claims on health tourism.
The Liberal Democrats' commitment to austerity will help cut the deficit, but likely come at the expense of growth.
The Conservatives set themselves up for an ongoing battle with the EU.
After five years of polarising and radical reforms, the Tories aren't letting up on their vision for schools.
The Liberal Democrats piggyback on other parties' policies, but their health manifesto is the best so far.