In a fiery election confrontation where the Prime Minister was time and again pilloried for her absence, it is the "progressive alliance" aiming to oust her party from power who will feel they landed the most blows.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the Prime Minister to a face off at tonight's leader's debate.
An SNP MP has been forced to apologise after repeating false allegations about a nurse who criticised her party's record on NHS wages.
Willie Rennie has accused the Scottish Greens of wanting to "close down" the oil and gas industry in the North Sea.
Scotland’s political leaders will clash tonight in the second televised debate of the election campaign.
Following tonight's Scottish leaders debate, Press and Journal Westminster Correspondent, Calum Ross, has had his say on the evening, scoring each leader's performance out of 10.
The debating is over and the countdown is now well and truly on ahead of Thursday's General Election but which leader did the most tonight to sway your vote?
The Scottish party leaders will face each other tonight in a final TV debate before Thursday’s General Election.
We take at quick look at the high points and the low points for each of the five leaders at this evening's debate...
Following this evening's BBC Leaders Debate, our Westminster correspondent, Callum Ross, rates the performance of each of the five leaders.
Both the Scottish National Party's Nicola Sturgeon and Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood denounced the Conservative proposal to extend the right to buy to housing association tenants.
After the opening statements from each of the five party leaders, UKIP leader Nigel Farage attracted the biggest reaction on social media.
The latest of the General Election debates kicks off at 8pm on BBC 1 this evening as the five 'challengers' state their case at to why they should replace the men currently running the country, David Cameron and Nick Clegg.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon scored a narrow victory in last night’s election debate showdown, according to a Press and Journal poll.
Tonight's Leaders' Debate was the most hotly anticipated event of the General Election campaign so far.
Twitter users never hang about when it comes to voicing disapproval.
British electoral history will be made tonight as the leaders of seven of the UK's major parties go head-to-head in a live TV debate in the run up to the general election.