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Is the press more partisan than in previous elections? Yes, but that says more about politics than about the press.
The comedian, who had previously encouraged people not to vote, has endorsed a Labour victory in the election.
On 7 May, the SNP will have the opportunity to inflict lasting damage on Scottish Labour.
The main parties are running campaigns so safe that the media coverage has gone from "shiny" to "dull".
The fact is, eating often does unflattering things to the face. Far better to follow Thatcher's example and steer clear.
As part of her series on politicians' clothing, Harper's Bazaar editor Justine Picardie examine's the SNP leader's "frock consciousness".
What are the parties saying about the key seats on election night, when will they declare, and what will they mean?
If the present coalition is re-elected, students will pay the price.
Complaints about legitimacy may make defeat taste better - but it won't change who governs. Just ask Al Gore.
After the opposition warned of an increase in fees from £9,000 to £11,500, the Deputy PM remained mute.