The fall in the number of homeowners leaves the Conservatives unable to sell capitalism to those with no capital.
Austerity was a choice and one not born from economic reasoning but political ideology: a desire to dismantle the benefit system and with it, the state.
That we've failed to have a serious discussion about foreign policy during the campaign reveals much about our politics.
Both Labour and the Tories can boast of moving the centre ground in their favour. But it is perhaps Ukip that has had the greatest influence.
Last week, panic spread through the Labour Party as it had its own "Wobbly Thursday". So is the party underperforming in the marginals? Or is it just Labour's inferiority complex at work?
Mathematically, Ed Miliband remains the most likely post-election PM. But we think there are four ways David Cameron could keep power.
What happened to hardworking people?
Is this 1992 all over again? Could Ed Miliband stay on if he loses? Neil Kinnock talks the past, present and future with our political editor George Eaton.
Former Labour leader warns that the public may behave differently in "the privacy of the ballot booth".
As alternatives to a formal coalition are being considered, we outline what a confidence and supply arrangement entails.
Cameron talks about parental leave like a cop judging a flower show and whining Clegg has propped him up. I know what to do.