Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty with the latest on who's going to do a deal and form the next government with analysis from chief political correspondent John Pienaar.

Tessa Jowell defends Labour's position and states there will be a referendum on voting reform.

David Blunkett says Gordon Brown has served his country well - but any plans for a rainbow coalition would damage not only Labour but the UK too.

Sir Malcolm Rifkind compares the idea of deals to keep Labour in power to the actions of Mugabe in Zimbabwe.

Liberal Democrat Simon Hughes explains that the meetings between Labour and the Liberal Democrats at the weekend were "private" not "secret".

Jeffrey Donaldson tells us Labour have already been in touch with the DUP and warns any deal would come with financial strings attached for Northern Ireland.

Finally, SNP's Angus Robertson describes what he wants out of a coalition deal.

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