"Prime Minister David Cameron and opposition leader Ed Miliband sought to marginalize smaller parties in a bid for power four days before the U.K. general election."
With polls pointing toward a hung parliament after the May 7 vote, Cameron’s Conservatives and Miliband’s Labour Party face the prospect of depending on others to govern.
With about a third of the electorate supporting each, the two leaders on Sunday turned their attention to remaining voters.
Speaking in Worcester, central England, Miliband said Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg had broken his promise on higher education fees, a sign the Liberal Democrats, the traditional third party, can’t be trusted.
Read More: A YouGov poll for the Sunday Times put the Tories at 34 percent and Labour at 33 percent.