Guide to what happens in hung parliament

George Parker looks at consequences of inconclusive vote

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 27: Prime Minister David Cameron, British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband attend a Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony at Central Hall Westminster on January 27, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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Rival economic plans come under scrutiny

Tories would curb growth a little relative to Labour, report says

Cameron set for first shot at governing

Largest party ‘not constitutionally’ significant, says expert

First elected Ukip MP seeks second win

Clacton’s Carswell hears mix of local and national concerns

Ukip’s drive to turn high hopes into MPs

Anti-EU party battles to win where previous smaller parties failed

Clegg set to exact EU referendum price

Lib Dems expected to demand vote for foreign bloc nationals

Cameron says Tories can win majority

Prime minister warns hung parliament would mean ‘economic chaos’

Cameron kicks off tight general election

PM insists majority Conservative government is possible

Balls stokes uncertainty over HS2 project

Shadow chancellor questions value for money of second phase

UK election risks drowning in dodgy data

UK politicians err in not trusting their electorate with the truth

UK rail nationalisation would save £1.5bn

Changes could fund an 8 per cent cut in ticket prices, TUC report argues

UK economic growth revised up to 2.8%

Average Briton better off than before 2010 election

UK election 2015: Labour strains

Party faces internal tensions as it tries to woo sceptical business leaders

The people who want to run Britain

A collection of interviews with those who will shape the country’s politics at the 2015 election

Policy is trivial — personality is destiny

PM’s character does much to determine government’s performance

Bumpy start for Labour business launch

Executives quoted in party advert complain of being dragged into political domain

Miliband faces dilemma over chancellor

Relationship of rivalry, competing Labour ideology and suspicion

Scots take delight in southern discomfort

Invasion from the north tests bonds of UK union

Glasgow at heart of Labour-SNP tussle

Polls putting nationalists ahead seen as symptom of wider malaise

The 4 key general election battles

The constituencies likely to have a pivotal role in the outcome

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