The race now moves onto supporting nominations from constituency Labour parties: who will emerge the strongest?
The shadow minister for care and older people on the future of old age in Britain, parents versus the state, and what she's most excited about.
Party promises to force companies to pay workers at least the minimum wage after they have served four weeks.
The Tory MP and former Chancellor on how politics has changed, the dangers of unfunded spending pledges, and how his party is "too right-wing".
The Labour leader filled the prime ministerial void on the stage and threw down the gauntlet to Cameron.
It was everyone but David Cameron and Nick Clegg on the BBC's "challengers' debate" panel. Here's what it revealed.
Build more bloody houses.
As it stands, on election day, the young people who have been rejected throughout their lives will find that they yet again have no one to turn to.
"I'm choosing Labour".
Plus young Tory exploits with the Northern Ireland Secretary's red box.
Instead of playing to win, politicians are seeking not to lose.
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