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David Miliband says his family will "stay strong" if his brother Ed also runs for the leadership of the Labour party. At the moment he's the only declared candidate for the role.
One of the Liberal Democrats chief negotiators in the coalition agreement, David Laws, discusses which Lib Dem policies will be honoured in the power partnership.
How much influence could smaller parties have after this election? The leaders of both UKIP and Plaid Cymru talk to Nicky Campbell and the audience about their policies.
Kate Silverton invites the smaller parties to take on the big three over issues that they say have not had proper attention like immigration, pensions, and Trident.
Stephen hosts a debate on the election issues in Northern Ireland at the Waterfront Hall. With analysis from BBC's Ireland correspondent Mark Simpson and commentator Eamonn Mallie.
Phil Woolas, Labour Immigration Minister; Ed Davey, the Lib Dem Foreign Affairs spokesman; and Grant Shapps, Tory Spokesman for Housing debate their party policies on immigration.
The Conservative leader David Cameron speaks to Peter Allen while out on his campaign tour of the country.
It's almost time to cast your vote. Gordon Brown, David Cameron or Nick Clegg? Who do you want in power?
From a cafe in Brimimgham, Nicky Campbell hosts questions from an audience to the Shadow Chancellor and local business owners
Infront of a live audience in Birmingham with John Pienaar for analysis, Tony Livesey hosts the debate reaction
Victoria came live from Rochdale, the town which became the focus of the election campaign after Gordon Brown refered to a local pensioner as a "bigoted woman".
Mr Clegg takes questions from listeners on banking reform, tax plans, the leadership issue, the EU and Euro, immigration, his constituency work and whether Louis Theroux was ever really his fag...
Phil Woolas, James Brokenshire, Tom Brake, Simon Darby and Gerard Batten join John Pienaar and Victoria derbyshire along with 200 5 live listeners to debate immigration in Luton
David Cameron delivers the Conservative Party manifesto for the General Election 2010. With analysis from John Pienaar.
David Campbell Bannerman, UKIP Deputy Leader and Head of Policy, talks to Nicky about his party's manifesto which includes boosting the economy, cutting migration and leaving Europe.
The Shadow Foreign Secretary, William Hague, talks to Nicky about his party's manifesto including their proposals on allowing parents to set up their own schools, immigration and tax.
Victoria's in Bromsgrove joined by Hilary Benn then Tony Wright (Lab), Simon Hughes (LD), Grant Shapps (Con) and Keith Brown, SNP.
Gordon Brown launches Labour's election manifesto
Nicky Campbell asks the audience "What would you put in your manifesto?" We get your view of what you want the parties to be putting in their manifestos.
Figures obtained by The Spectator suggest 300,000 fewer British workers are now in private sector jobs. The Deputy leader of the BNP and Lib Dems Chris Huhne discuss the figures.
Phil Woolas, the Minister of State for borders and immigration, and the Conservatives Damian Green on why fewer British-born workers have jobs in the private sector.
Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones describes the party's stance on immigration, pensions, tax and the aims of their election manifesto
On the day the general election is announced, Victoria speaks to six candidates planning to stand in Watford. She also hears from the Lib Dems' Norman Lamb and the Conservative's Jeremy Hunt.
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