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Political rebranding is no longer the preserve of parties, politicos and ad agencies
The leader of UKIP has encouraged people to vote tactically in the general election while on a factory visit in Essex.
Northern Ireland's chief electoral officer has upheld his decision to stop using a school as a polling station because of loyalist intimidation.
Is Labour now promising only to borrow to fund investment schemes that were not mentioned in the manifesto?
Wales will be given more power over transport, energy and assembly elections if Labour wins the general election, says the party as it launches its manifesto.
Images from the campaign trail.
A Conservative campaign to discredit Labour is hijacked by Labour Twitter accounts
The Green Party launch a national billboard campaign urging people to "vote big, vote brave".
Labour's Ed Balls tells the BBC he could not guarantee that Scotland would be exempt from spending cuts if he became the next chancellor.
Labour launches its manifesto ahead of the general election. Here are some of the key points.
Newsnight's political editor Allegra Stratton tells us what she knows about what might be included in Labour's manifesto.
All the key stories, quotes and newspaper headlines from the general election campaign.
BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson takes another step back to reporting after his recent operation.
What do you mean you've never read an election manifesto? You should. Here's why.
People will be able to switch energy suppliers within 24 hours under new plans set out by the Lib Dems, who are also targeting rail fares.
Political parties campaigning across Wales on Monday will focus on childcare and the NHS.
Newsround took some children to meet Conservative leader David Cameron ahead of the General Election.
An announcement is expected later on the future of a polling station at Moygashel in County Tyrone.
Scotland's political parties enter third week of formal campaigning ahead of next month's general election.
BBC News visits a Devon dairy to gauge voters' mood