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Nick Clegg had previously said that David Cameron would be “held to ransom” if he did not form another coalition with the Lib Dems (Getty)

Nick Clegg hints that pro-EU Lib Dems would accept Conservative demands for a referendum

Lib Dem leader says EU referendum is not one of his 'red lines'

Labour leader Ed Miliband unveils Labour's pledges carved into a stone plinth in Hastings

Ed Miliband unveils stone carved with Labour pledges to be placed at Downing St if he wins

But reactions on social media suggest it could be Labour's 'tombstone'

There are 533 constituencies in England, 59 in Scotland, 40 in Wales and 18 in Northern Ireland

General Election 2015 explained: Seats

Continuing our daily miscellany celebrating the facts, figures and folklore of British general elections

A quiz so baffling that even Lady Thatcher would be stumped

General Election 2015 quiz: Round Two - How much do you know about past elections?

Relive the highlights with past elections with this questionnaire (answers are at the bottom, and if you claim you've scored more than 25... you're a politician)

Sharpen your pencils and prepare for our ultimate General Election quiz

General Election 2015 quiz: Round One - How much do you know about the current election?

Relive the highlights of the campaign with this questionnaire (answers are at the bottom, and if you claim you've scored more than 25... you're a politician)

Labour candidate Rupa Huq is manhandled by a Tory activist during the election campaign in Ealing Central and Acton

Tory activist asked to step down after Labour candidate Rupa Huq is 'manhandled' while questioning Boris Johnson on the campaign trail

The Conservatives claim that Rupa Huq forced her way into a Conservative walkabout, forcing a woman into the road in the process

Al Murray, the Pub Landlord and Free United Kingdom Party member, has strong views on the upcoming election

General Election 2015: Leading voices from the UK arts scene have their say

The country's novelists, comedians and artists put forward their vision

Culture club: Cultural figures, including Jude Kelly (back row, centre) demonstrate in the Great Court at the British Museum in 2010

General Election 2015: Together, politics and culture protect the UK from deadly intolerance

The head of the Southbank Centre explains why the country will be served better by a parliament that appreciates the power of a creative population

The seven leaders of Britain's main political parties took part in the general election live debate (AFP)

Nigel Farage blames celebrity culture for the 'worst general election campaign in history'

Farage confirmed that his lack of domestic profiling was not because his wife was German

Issues in Brussels and Strasbourg, above, over use of staff

General Election 2015: British MEPs may be in breach of EU rules over party campaigning

Ukip is likely to be at the heart of the 'ongoing' inquiry into the staff of 13 British MEPs from Ukip, Labour and the Conservative Party

Unstoppable? Nicola Sturgeon and SNP candidate Drew Hendry in Inverness on Saturday

General Election 2015: Tactical voting ‘could thwart SNP’

Campaign groups are asking Scottish voters to put aside traditional loyalties to prevent a wipeout by Nicola Sturgeon’s party

Nick Clegg refers to ‘trench warfare’ with the Tories over renewable energy and carbon emission reduction targets

Nick Clegg: I won’t gamble my party on a deal with the Tories

Lib Dem leader reveals to Jane Merrick his sixth and final ‘red line’ –  the environment, a subject resolutely resisted by the Conservatives

Ed Miliband said the Tories are a danger to family finances

General Election 2015: Ed Miliband brands David Cameron ‘a risk’ to the country

The Labour leader said the coalition had overseen a squeeze on family budgets, falling wages and 'food banks spreading across our land'

David Cameron: ‘Only one party can deliver a strong economy’

General Election 2015: We delivered on international aid, the environment and fighting poverty says David Cameron

'There is only one way to deliver the things that matter – and that’s with a strong economy'

General Election 2015: Every vote matters - as a responsibility of citizenship

For all the campaign’s frustrations, and the unavoidable feeling that our political system is broken, democracy is always messy and no system is perfect

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