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Latest projections hint at minority government

The latest ITV News poll suggests the Conservatives have a four point lead over Labour going into the campaign.

ITV News election analyst Professor Colin Rallings projects they will be some way short of a majority on those figures with David Cameron, or Ed Miliband struggling to form a government.

ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship examines the options of how Parliament might look.

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One dead, two injured after car rams NSA HQ gates

One person died and two people, including a police officer, were injured when a car tried to run through the National Security Agency's entrance gates near Washington.

Two men, who were dressed in women's clothing, tried to drive the 4x4 through the entrance gate at the NSA's Fort Meade, Maryland headquarters, officials said.

The vehicle crashed into a police car near the gate when officers opened fire to try and stop them. One of the men in the car died at the scene while a police officer was injured.

Their motive was not immediately known but officials said there was no evidence the incident was linked to terrorism. One official said investigators were looking into whether drugs were involved.

In a statement, the FBI said: "The shooting scene is contained and we do not believe it is related to terrorism."

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