The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has refused to confirm whether he and his party will split from his Coalition colleagues and join Labour in voting for a "mansion tax", despite accusing the party of "blatant plagiarism" over the policy.
Ed Miliband has called on the Liberal Democrat leader to back the plans he has long championed in public in a Commons vote and oppose the Conservatives.
But while he has today attacked Tory rejection of the tax proposal, Mr Clegg told ITV News he would not yet stand with Labour on the issue because he has "no idea what we'll be voting on".
Mr Clegg said:
Neither Vince nor I know what will be put before us so we can't of course determine in advance how we would vote.
But of course the Liberal Democrats for a long time have been the leading advocate of greater fairness in tax.
More top news
A woman and her three children held hostage at knifepoint were saved by police after managing to hide a secret SOS message in a pizza order.
Hartlepool FC says fans should "think carefully" before voting for sitting Labour MP after his comments against plans to sign Ched Evans.
Labour could emerge as the largest party as they close gap on Tories just hours before polling begins, an ITV News poll suggests.