– James Blunt slams the mansion tax (but can’t vote in the election).
– Ukip attempts a professional manifesto launch in Thurrock.
– If level-headed Oxford graduates are voting Green, what hope is there?
– Ed Miliband’s US adviser David Axelrod pays no tax in Britain.
– David Cameron: SNP will be ‘chain to Labour’s wrecking ball’ if Ed Miliband wins.
– The political class belittles Ukip at its peril.
– Ukip target seats: The ten constituencies that could cost David Cameron a second term as Prime Minister.
– The Party’s Over: Why Lib Dem Manifesto Launch Was Clegg’s Final Dad Dance.
– Ayling: The BBC Are Desperate To Have A Crack At Me After ‘That’ Interview.
– Why Nigel Farage Should Accept the Challenge to a Duel – On His Own Terms.
– Labour victory risks wiping thousands off the value of your home, warn property experts.
– Ukip supporters face death threats, violence and abuse on the campaign trail.
– Former England footballer Sol Campbell turns white to encourage minorities to vote.
– Cameron’s EU plans suffer blow as Britain told to wait TEN YEARS for treaty change.
– Nick Clegg refuses to veto in-out EU referendum.
– The Guardian view on the Lib Dem and Ukip manifestos: a world of difference.
– Manifestos verdict: pragmatic hope meets pie-in-the-sky spin.
– Labour’s queen of hypocrisy: MP who sneered at white van man now attacks Tory right-to-buy plan – even though she bought a £1million housing association home which she rents out.
– There’s hardly a word I disagree with in Ukip’s manifesto. And I know the other parties are lying to me. But…
– Lib Dems face wipeout in the Westcountry: On the day Clegg launches manifesto, poll suggests he will lose EVERY seat in the South West to the Tories.
– Infant class sizes bursting at seams as numbers trebled under Coalition.
– David Cameron’s election bribes will cost EVERY family £1,493, warn Labour.
– NHS crisis: Unison’s patient safety fears as tired nurses having to work extra hours.
MSN Poll – Which party is most likely to stick to their manifesto pledges?
Labour = 21 %
Conservative = 28 %
Liberal Democrats = 2 %
Ukip = 37 %
SNP = 8 %
Other =4 %