Labour’s crime manifesto goes communitarian, despite them not branding it that way.
Clegg’s party has difficulty painting a positive picture of the EU.
The potential of sport is overlooked in the Green’s manifesto.
SNP are pro-EU, but lack vision for the future.
Our experts pick apart the SNP’s top policies.
It’s easy to poke holes in UKIP’s plans for agriculture.
The Liberal Democrats’ tax plans are unlikely to make much of a difference.
Lib Dems want to “build a healthier society”, but hardly address physical activity.
When it comes to crime and justice, the Conservatives don’t convince.
The Conservatives have missed their chance to map out a coherent tax strategy.
Labour hasn’t made any new evident spending pledges for sports. Is it failing to see sport as a crucial part of culture?
The SNP should acknowledge the role sport could have in many of their manifesto pledges.
UKIP’s pledges on crime reflect their core values: populism, and leaving the EU.
Conservative sport manifesto puts the elite ahead of the grassroots.
UKIP’s clear belief that the UK public wants out of the EU isn’t based on facts.
The SNP wants the UK to match Scotland’s commitments to carbon reduction.
Plaid Cymru doesn’t have much detail to offer when it comes to defence.
Our expert looks at the manifestos’ pledges on funding, coasting schools and teachers.
The Greens are prepared to play Robin Hood, which probably won’t go down well with the wealthy.
Our expert takes stock of UKIP’s policies on early childhood, primary, secondary, further, and higher education. It’s a mixed bag.