Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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General Election 2015: Miliband rules out 'any kind' of deal with SNP if Labour biggest party in hung parliament

The Labour leader toughened his language on the issue as a fresh poll showed Nicola Sturgeon’s party was on course to pick up dozens of seats from Labour

Labour is anxious to turn the election spotlight on to health

Four out of 10 health contracts going to private firms, Labour claims

Labour claim their figures are evidence that the founding principles of the NHS under threat

Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury will say: “A paralysed government would soon lead to a paralysed economy.”

General Election 2015: Lib Dems claim a minority government led by Labour or Tories would cost average homeowner £800 a year

Danny Alexander will warn of the dangers of a Labour administration propped up by the SNP or a Ukip-supported Tory government

A Conservative government would legislate within 100 days to give English MPs a veto over issues which only apply to their constituents

General Election 2015: 'English votes for English laws' enacted within a year, Conservatives promise

If his party wins power on May 7, it would legislate within 100 days to give English MPs a veto over issues which only apply to their constituents

Border Force check the passports of passengers arriving at Gatwick Airport

General Election 2015: Immigration - how the parties are playing the numbers game

In 1985, only a tiny minority of Britons named immigration as one of the most important issues. Today it ranks alongside the economy and the health service as the most pressing of voters’ concerns

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

General Election 2015: The 'Green Surge' is just beginning, says Natalie Bennett

Party leader remains upbeat despite Greens’ decline in support in polls

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visited workers in Newlyn Harbour, Cornwall, on Tuesday; he pledged increases in public-sector pay if the Liberal Democrats are elected to power

General Election 2015: Nick Clegg calls for a boost to public sector salaries

The Lib Dem leader said teachers and nurses 'have made enough sacrifices'

David Cameron meets with parents in 2012

General Election 2015: David Cameron to promise 600,000 new pre-school places

The Conservatives have pledged to double free childcare for toddlers

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds at the launch of the party's election manifesto, in Antrim

General Election 2015: DUP rules out SNP pact

Northern Ireland's biggest party has also called for an EU referendum

David Cameron works on a speech as the Conservative election campaign bus heads to Wales

General Election 2015: David Cameron heads to Wales to shore up Tory support

Tory leader makes a quixotic bid to breathe life into the faltering Welsh Conservative campaign

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