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Never has the UK been so clearly divided: Scotland is yellow, England is red or blue, Wales is a mix and Northern Ireland separate.
Lord Ashcroft’s seat-by-seat polls have confirmed the SNP are set to win more than 50 seats in May, after winning just 6 in 2010.
By one measure, nearly 60 per cent of Britons are religious. By another, fewer than 15 per cent are. 5 per cent of us identify as Muslim.
50 years after the BBC and ITN competed to predict election night first, we launch Florence: our election-forecasting machine.
The markets are clear: the SNP surge is over-hyped, Ukip will win few seats and a hung parliament is extremely likely.
A weighting error has disproven last week’s headlines – but what happened?
Many of us are unsure, but when we do offer an opinion of Jesus it is slightly coloured by our own views.
Ukip voters are lashing out, Miliband has no conviction, Cameron has only done one thing well… May2015 talks to the Green Party leader.
Disarray in the House after the Speaker gives backbenchers a chance to clarify this evening’s debate on European crime measures.
See how many seats each party is set to win according to the seat-by-seat polls.