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The last week has been dominated by the launch of the manifestos of the main political parties ahead of the election, with some interesting venue choices.
What are the consequences of the SNP's decision to campaign for the end of austerity in the whole of the UK?
A Conservative government would ensure the rest of the UK did not "lose out" from Scottish devolution, David Cameron will say ahead of the launch of the SNP's manifesto.
Welsh Labour focuses on older voters, while Tories commit to a Wales Commonwealth Games bid on the final day to register to vote for the general election.
The DUP are worried that the Upper Bann constituency could prove difficult to keep hold of in the general election in May.
Newsbeat's #GE2015 tour heads to Carmarthenshire to talk with young farmers about their lives.
Arguments about the environment haven't been headline news during this election campaign so far but the parties have united on the issue of fracking in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The SNP is launching its manifesto setting out an "alternative to austerity" and claiming to be a force for UK-wide change.
Anyone wishing to vote in the general election must register by midnight on Monday.
In the run-up to the general election, you can see a play set in a polling station, plays about democracy and even a play that sets the Budget speech to a death metal soundtrack. But can the theatre offer us a fresh view of politics, and even influence our vote?
In this interactive video the BBC's Chris Mason charts the history of voter groups in UK politics
David Cameron's bombing of Libya has "directly caused" migrant disasters in the Mediterranean Sea, UKIP leader Nigel Farage says.
The SDP-Liberal Alliance pledged to work together in their first general election manifesto.
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey claims the "huge discounts" offered in right-to-buy schemes have led to fraud.
Plaid Cymru might withhold its support from Ed Miliband if he leads a minority Labour government, Leanne Wood says.
The BBC's Chris Cook analyses Conservative plans to offer up to £4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares to small investors at below-market prices.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he believes there will be "a complete stitch-up" on a referendum over Europe if David Cameron wins a majority.
A Conservative standing for re-election dismisses as "nonsense" claims he attempted to sway potential voters with cake.
Labour leader Ed Miliband poses for selfies with a group of women on a hen do in Chester.
Nicola Sturgeon rejects David Cameron's claim her party would seek to "break up our country" at Westminster - and Labour says the Tories and SNP are "in bed with each other".