With the general election 2010 campaign well and truly underway, it's easy for the key facts to get lost in a barrage of propaganda, counter-accusations and obsfucation, as Labour, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats battle for the key marginals.
This election will see hundreds of new constituencies as boundary changes come into effect. These figures, compiled by the Press Association, identify every new constituency, and the votes needed to win it.
How much pride do you have in your area? These numbers measure community involvement on every level.
With cutting public spending a key election issue, these are the most comprehensive figures, department by department.
Straight after the budget, government departments announced sometimes swinging cuts. Find out which ones are the losers
Full list of every MP, complete with constituency IDs and expenses claims. See how they add up.
Have things got better or worse under Labour? See what the data says.
BNP membership, seat by seat.
For most, it's not very much. Get the full data and see for yourself.
Find out which newspapers supported which parties - and what it did to the outcome.
See how it got this big and what could bring it down.