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Gordon Brown's still prime minister and Nick Clegg's had two meetings with David Cameron and one with the PM. Former Cabinet minister Michael Portillo assesses the political landscape.
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.
Mark Hutchings reports from Cardiff where he hears from a jazz band of first-time voters about their intentions at the polls, through the medium of music.
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.
During Victoria Derbyshire's show, we took the live broadcast of the leader of the SNP launching their election manifesto
Weekend Breakfast talks to the deputy leader of the SNP and Scottish Health Secretary. Nicola Sturgeon gives her opnion on scrapping the House of Lords and how to protect public services.
Nerys Evans, Plaid Cymru's Director of Policy, discusses their party manifesto which focuses on seven priorities to protect the most vulnerable in society.
The Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward talks about the devolution of policing to Belfast and and gives his reaction to this morning's bomb attack
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.
Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones describes the party's stance on immigration, pensions, tax and the aims of their election manifesto
The Welsh nationalists, led by Ieuan Wyn Jones, pledge to help pensioners and the more vulnerable people in Wales, as well as working on tackling the faltering economy.
Elfyn Llwyd from Plaid and Stewart Hosie from the Scottish nationalists both say they will demand four areas of concession before joining into a coalition with a majority party post-election.
Ministers want to pay for social care through compulsory contributions, but have shelved the idea of a so-called "death tax". Andy Burnham is Secretary of State for Health.
Norman Lamb is the Liberal Democrat Shadow Health Secretary. He questions whether Labour's shelving of the so-called "death tax" is a policy just for this parliament. He calls for consensus.
The Conservative Shadow Health Minister wants to ensure help is provided earlier than is currently the case, as well as ensuring people can retain the money and assets they've earned in their life.
Gordon Brown has promised to secure the economic recovery, halve the budget deficit and make Government more accountable. Labour, Lib Dem, Conservative and SNP politicians debate.
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