Northern Ireland’s freshest political faces are promoting a new kind of politics while grappling with some ancient divisions.
The two main parties stay unchanged, but Nick Clegg’s party sees its support grow ahead of the 7 May election.
In Inverness only one colour matters and that’s yellow, with the Lib Dems and SNP battling it out for votes on 7 May.
Ed Miliband is set to promise extra border officers as Michael Gove distances the Tories from a post-election deal with UKIP.
The SNP leader calls on Ed Miliband to work with her party to “lock” the Tories out of power but he says “thanks, but no thanks”.