The UK is accustomed to finding out who has won an election in fairly short order - an exhausted party leader appears on TV in the dead of night to say that they have spoken to their opposite number and one or other has conceded that they cannot form a government. Things were rather different in 2010 and look set to be still more unusual this time. Professor Robert Hazel of UCL's Constitution Unit, who advised on the formation of the last government, explains how the process will work.
A multinational election? Richard Wyn Jones from the Centre on Constitutional Change and Wales Governance Centre talks to Nick Bibby about the battles across four territories of the UK.
The processes of devolution within the UK has taken place at different speeds and in response to varying demands. However, explains Bettina Petersohn, such an approach inevitably leads to asymmetric outcomes.