Temi Ogunye, Policy Researcher

It’s exactly four weeks until the deadline for voter registration. If you are not registered to vote by Monday 20 April, then you will lose your right to vote in the general election on Thursday 7 May.

Hugh Stickland, Chief Economist

In the last Budget before the General Election, will there be no gimmicks or giveaways? Or will there be rabbits pulled from the hat?

William Baker, Head of Fuel Poverty Policy

The government has just announced its fuel poverty strategy for England – to improve the homes of the fuel poor by 2030

Imogen Parker, Senior Policy Researcher

Recent Electoral Commission research suggests that there are 7.5 million people who are eligible to vote, but are not registered: 15 per cent of our electorate. Those not registered to vote will not be able to cast their ballot on 7 May.

You might ask why it matters – given half of the population believe Parliament doesn’t make decisions that matter to them, and a quarter of people express no desire to be involved in national decision making.

Temi Ogunye, Policy Researcher

The general election campaign will do more than decide our next government – it will shape the kind of politics we have for years to come.

Liz Lainé, Head of Smart and Sustainable Energy, Consumer Futures

The 2015 general election contest is underway. The NHS. The economy. Cost of living. Inequality. Europe. Beneath all of these simmers consumers’ top financial concern: high energy bills. That’s why our citizens’ manifesto 2015 calls on the next government to help consumers take control of their energy use, and therefore their bills.

Temi Ogunye, Policy Researcher

This week the starting pistol for the 2015 general election campaign was fired. A core part of election strategy for Labour, was Ed Miliband’s pledge of 4 million face-to-face conversations between now and election day on 7th May.