As part of her series on politicians' clothing, Harper's Bazaar editor Justine Picardie examine's the SNP leader's "frock consciousness".
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.
The comedian has released a teaster trailer, suggesting there is more to his Ed Miliband interview.
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.
Why it's wrong to admonish the potential future CBI chief for backing the Tories.
It's endorsement season! Who's backing who?
People are now making fan videos about Ed Miliband. No, really.
Most Tories still believe they will be the largest party because of what seems certain to happen to Labour in Scotland and because of the gains they expect to make from the Lib Dems.
Ukip's supporters feel that they are done over by an hostile press. The reality is more complicated.
Anoosh Chakelian visits a seat that is a three-way race between Labour, the Conservatives and Ukip.
A ghost from the past, goldbugs and David Cameron's bicycle: what really goes on "on the ground".
The PM raised his game and delivered a more engaged performance as the deficit returned to haunt Miliband.
A verdict on David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg’s performances on the last televised leaders’ debate.
You can't make people healthier without making them richer.
Many on the Left see the SNP as a progressive partner - the reality is very different.
One of the best Tory party conferences I went to was the one where they didn't let me in. But it wasn't enough to protect me from the nausea and despair of Iain Duncan Smith's company.
Naoroji Tarachand was removed from the medical register in 1924 on charges of neglecting his patients.
If Labour are ever again to win an absolute majority, it must start by winning back working-class voters in constituencies like Harlow.
When Ed returned to LBC to spend half an hour in our glitzy new studios, he had grown a new inner confidence.
Plus: Douglas Alexander burning the candle at both ends?
Worcester is a true red/blue marginal – but as people's lives improve, Labour's core vote is fragmenting.
The Labour peer talks London, inequality, and why the SNP's hand is weaker than it looks
As a girl in a rural area on free school meals with a single mum and a disabled brother, a big rude “f*** them all” was the only political message that appealed to me. And maybe it still does.
Averaged together, the polls still point to a Labour victory - but the picture is more complex.
The US academic behind the concept on how Labour's manifesto reflects a new economic philosophy.