Should politicians focus on family policies?
Labour warn children will suffer from rival parties' cuts, as parties focus on the family, and what the Tories call the "broken society". What family policies would you like to see?
Labour say their rivals' plans amount to a "coalition of cuts for children" and say they will attack Lib Dem plans to axe child trust funds and Tory proposals to scale back child tax credits.
The Conservatives say their manifesto is the most family-friendly ever produced by a British party, and will focus their policy among other things on family breakdown.
Meanwhile the Lib Dems will focus on the challenges facing the NHS as Nick Clegg addresses the Royal College of Nursing's annual conference on Tuesday.
What are the most important family policies to you? What changes need to be made to family policies? Is family policy high enough on the political agenda?
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