Nigel Morris

Nigel Morris is Deputy Political Editor at The Independent.

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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

General Election 2015: Huge drop in registered voters could have crucial impact on who forms next government, experts warn

The numbers on the register in Britain have fallen by more than 800,000 over the last year, prompting warnings that the democratic system is close to crisis

The Prime Minister will insist that Labour and the SNP are ideologically very similar

General Election 2015: Labour-SNP 'coalition of chaos' would threaten UK, says David Cameron

Cameron: The SNP is 'acting as the chain to Labour’s wrecking ball'

Ukip leader Nigel Farage

General Election 2015: Ukip manifesto says veterans will be re-trained as immigration officers

Ukip's  manifesto will place heavy emphasis on policies to curb immigration and to support the armed services.

Ed Miliband is set to promise to put economic credibility at the heart of Labour’s programme for government as tensions rise in the closest general election campaign in a generation

General Election 2015: Ed Miliband puts 'economic credibility' at heart of Labour manifesto with pledge of no extra borrowing

Miliband takes on his rivals with a vow to ‘protect the nation’s finances’, while accusing the Tories of failing to explain how £8bn NHS pledge will be funded

Nick Clegg shows off his prowess in the bowling alley during a campaign visit to Colchester

General Election 2015: Lib Dems scale back on 'mansion tax' as party details plan to cut deficit in three years

The party would raise £27bn through higher taxes, a crackdown on tax dodgers, cuts in Whitehall and trimming welfare spending

Critics have protested that despite David Cameron's intervention ticket prices are still going up by more than wages

General Election 2015: Tories pledge to freeze commuter rail fares for five years - saving season ticket holders an average of £400 by 2020

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, will also announce that the capital's rail and bus fares will be pegged to inflation until his term of office ends in May 2016

The apparent spike in Labour support follows Ed Miliband’s pledge to scrap the “non-dom” tax status

General Election 2015: Boost for Labour after three opinion polls put them ahead of Tories

The surveys gave it leads of six, four and three points

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