The Conversation's hot seats series looked at the key marginals. Our panel of experts take a look at the results.
The Tories are on course to lose their only Scottish seat, and they need to pick another up. They've found a target – and ended up in a three-way battle.
The three marginal seats clustered around Brighton and Hove are hosting a multi-party social media brawl.
UKIP is on the march in the Thames estuary – in a seat that hardly resembles its stereotypical territory at all.
After winning Fermanagh and South Tyrone by four votes in 2010, Sinn Fein won't let it go without a fight.
After losing the seat in 2010, Labour parachuted in a former advisor from Islington to reclaim Redcar and Cleveland -- but the Greens may have played a surprise trump card.
Bradford West's candidates are locked in a grandiose, mudslinging back-and-forth of character assassination. Who'll come out on top?
Nick Clegg is in the fight of his political life – and his battleground constituency was once one of the safest seats in the UK.