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Verdict: Splits the difference between Labour and the Tories, and could be tweaked in any post-election talks.
Verdict: They may get little credit for the personal allowance policy now the Tories have stolen it.
Verdict: A useful selling point but will the voters trust them.
Verdict: They are blazing on trail on mental health but extra cash may be eclipsed by Tories' £8bn pledge
Verdict: Braver than the Tories and Labour in scrapping pensioners' perks.
Verdict: No one doubts their credentials, but the Green Party may suck up some votes.
Verdict: Nick Clegg has a good record here, but the three main parties all make similar promises
Verdict: All good. But successive governments have not ensured enough housebuilding.
Verdict: The measures are brave but politically risky.
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