David Cameron was unsurprisingly in a great mood as he spoke to journalists before addressing his 331 Conservative MPs today.Read the full story ›
Whatever the reason, we have a result this morning nobody predicted: a possible Tory majority in the House of Commons. So what does it mean?Read the full story ›
The Conservative leader told ITV News: "We are not cutting child benefit, we are keeping child benefit."Read the full story ›
ITV News got behind the scenes of Labour's campaign trail, and asked Ed Miliband his views on the SNP, the NHS and his 'selfie election.'Read the full story ›
Nicola Sturgeon gave an impressive performance today and she could have a very significant impact on an Ed Miliband government.Read the full story ›
If a difference of opinion on defence didn't get in the way of the current coalition - why would it be different for Labour and the SNP?Read the full story ›
Leaders' Debate shows was how our political horizon has suddenly changed as smaller parties did all they could to make themselves heard.Read the full story ›
Who is the most nervous? The easy answer is all of them.
It's tough for David Cameron, he's the incumbent; tough for Ed Miliband, he's got to prove he is a Prime Minister-in-waiting and tough for Nick Clegg because he's bumping along on 7% in the polls.
And the other leaders on that stage have to prove that politics has changed and that it is immeasurably different to five years ago.
MPs are no longer MPs, just candidates again - Parliament has automatically dissolved and the 'short campaign' begins today.Read the full story ›