A YouGov poll shows the Labour leader on course to win by a bigger margin (62-38) than last year.
We're set for 45 more female MPs after this election, but the UK is still a generation from parity
Labour could win 45 of London's 73 seats
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.
A first look at this week's issue.
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".
Can Nick Clegg retain his seat? The polls paint a complex picture.
If no one wins on 7 May and Britain returns a hung parliament, could there be a snap second election? Here’s why it’s unlikely.
There is nothing inevitable or desirable about conjuring two opposing blocs: Labour/SNP verses Tory/Lib Dems. For both Labour and the Liberal Democrats, the advantage lies in keeping options open.
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