After the sacking of the Labour PPC Stuart MacLennan over offensive Twitter posts, Shamik Das on Left Foot Forward spotlights the offensive remarks made on a community care website by the Ukip PPC for Ilford South, Paul Wiffen.
Nicholas Watt at the Guardian finds Cameron struggling to evade the inevitable dangers of his Northern Ireland policy, defaulting on his neutrality pledges with a pact allowing Rodney Connor to stand as the independent unionist candidate in Fermanagh and South Tyrone.
At Next Left, Sunder Katwala blogs on a sighting of the shadow home secretary in Ibstock, campaigning with the Conservative candidate for North-West Leicestershire, Andrew Bridgen, who had told the Leicester Mercury of his "considerable sympathy" with those B&B owners forced by the Equality Bill to let gay couples into their homes.
On his blog, Alastair Campbell argues that the pressure should be kept on the Conservatives over their planned part-cut in National Insurance.
On al-Jazeera's Europe Blog, Nazanine Moshiri discusses the "crucial election battleground" of Bradford, quoting a Hizb ut-Tahrir activist urging non-participation. Moshiri also talks to Atif Imtiaz, a Bradford Muslim blogger who has the same concerns as any other Bradfordian: "the economy, education and health care".
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