Saving Labour's numbers are plausible - but they feel unlikely.
Ukip came within inches of taking a Labour seat in Heywood & Middleton. Can they go all the way today?
The problem of poverty pay and weak income rises won't be solved just by putting Ed Miliband in Downing Street.
As the general election 2015 results unfold, here are a few things that the numbers may have overlooked.
The Conservatives want you to think that their programme is nasty but necessary. They're half right.
Peter Robinson has declared his first prerequisite for his party's support in the event of a hung parliament. What does it mean, and how would it work?
Sometimes you need more than 140 characters.
The scenarios that will determine whether Cameron or Miliband is PM.
After a contest that has transformed his standing in the party if not the country, Ed Miliband ended his campaign with Labour's strongest themes.
The Scotland question and the final polls.
The arguments about popular support are a smokescreen. It's Cameron's bloc, backed by Ukip and the DUP, that is the most unpopular.
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