The arguments about popular support are a smokescreen. It's Cameron's bloc, backed by Ukip and the DUP, that is the most unpopular.
I'm voting tactically in this election - for the Green Party.
Scotland, after London, is the biggest winner from our current political arrangements. Forget stronger for Scotland, where's Yorkshire's voice?
The full text of Gordon Brown's rallying cry to Scottish voters.
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.
Women have played a bigger role in this election than any contest since 1987 - but we still have a long way to go.
He survived mergers, New Labour's high tide - but now, with most of the party's councilors wiped out and Labour on the march, Simon Hughes faces the fight of his life. Barbara Speed goes on the campaign trail.
An ICM poll of Sheffield Hallam puts Nick Clegg seven points ahead of his Labour rival - and raises questions about the accuracy of the Ashcroft polling.
Acitivist group Sisters Uncut stopped traffic in Southwark Street in protest against cuts to vital domestic violence services.
The importance of red lines, the children are the future, and whatever happened to foreign policy?
The opposition seek to stop the PM surviving if it becomes clear he could not command the confidence of the Commons.
Under a proportional voting system, voters could support a range of parties knowing their vote would genuinely count.
The comedian, who had previously encouraged people not to vote, has endorsed a Labour victory in the election.
The Nicola Sturgeon to Nigel Farage's Alex Salmond?
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.
It’s never easy to confess to a crime that you don’t think you’ve committed. And perhaps, in the end, it’s not really that sensible either.
Stephen Bush visits the Vale of Glamorgan, which has picked the winner at every election since its creation.