The main party leaders are criss-crossing the UK appealing to undecided voters in key seats as the election campaign enters its final two days.Conservative leader David Cameron has warned a SNP-backed Labour government was a chilling prospect as he appeared with Boris Johnson in London.Ed Miliband said Labour would "rescue" NHS hospitals from "savage" budget cuts under a Conservative government. Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems would guarantee stability after 7 May.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is spending the day in the Kent seat he hopes to win for his party, after taking out a two-page advertisement in the Daily Telegraph urging people "to vote with their heart.With two days to go before polling day, the main election developments are,David Cameron has insisted he will "put the country first" if he fails to win an outright majorityEd Miliband has made a plea for people to vote Labour to "save the NHS"Nick Clegg has said a EU referendum was not a coalition "red line" for the Lib Dems SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon questioned the legitimacy of a UK government which did not include Scottish MPs
The Green Party, which is hoping to retain its one parliamentary seat, promises to scrap work capability assessments - and also urges voters to "send a message" on climate change Lucy Powell, the vice-chair of Labour's general election campaign, has denied suggesting Ed Miliband could break his election pledges.The Independent said it would back a continuation of the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition
Polls suggest the election is still too close to call, and in the final days the parties are focusing on their core messages amid speculation about post-election deals if there is a hung Parliament.