Politics 19 April 2010 Election 2010: Party promises What Gordon, Dave and Nick will give you for your vote. Print HTML The New Statesman presents the promises made to the electorate in the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat manifestos. From the hundreds of pages we have put together a break-down of the pledges in 10 key areas, together with expert reactions, to help you separate the wheat from the electoral chaff. Is there nothing but an "anorexic cigarette paper" between the main parties? Let us know what you think. 1. Arts Read the expert verdict from the Art Fund's Stephen Deuchar here. 2. Constitutional reform Read the expert verdict from the Electoral Reform Society's Ken Ritchie here. 3. Crime Read the expert verdict from Nacro's Jackie Lowthian here. 4. Defence Read the expert verdict from Chatham House's Paul Cornish here. 5. Economy 6. Education Read the expert verdict from Demos' Sonia Sodha here. 7. Energy Read the expert's verdict from Chatham House's Felix Preston here. 8. Environment Read the expert verdict from Chatham House's Paul Cornish here. 9. Families and children Read the expert verdict from the Family and Parenting Institute here. 10. Health Read the expert verdict from the King's Fund's Ruth Thorlby here. › Icelandic volcanoes and Cameron's "big society" Subscribe More Related articles Live blog: Jeremy Corbyn hit by shadow cabinet revolt Who is in Jeremy Corbyn's new shadow cabinet? Are the Conservatives getting ready to learn to love the EEA?