Ed Miliband says “Britain can be better” under his plan – but financial experts warn the depth of the party’s cuts was unclear.
Ed Miliband gives a strong speech but has he convinced the public he can be trusted with the nation’s finances, asks Faisal Islam.
Ed Miliband says he would cut the deficit every year and promises his policies would not need a “single penny of extra borrowing”.
It’s generally acknowledged very few people read manifestos – they tend to vote by colour and personality. So what are they for?
A whole host of parties could be able to influence a coalition if one party does not get a majority on 7 May.