Three days after Britain went to the polls, and there's still no agreement on forming a new government.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have held another face-to-face meeting on Sunday evening. Their negotiating teams also met and they agreed that economic stability would be at the heart of any deal.
During the afternoon, Mr Clegg spoke to Gordon Brown who reminded him of Labour's readiness to talk if negotiations with the Conservatives came to nothing.
Political Editor Nick Robinson reports.