In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 14 April

Image caption Green Party leader Natalie Bennett launched its general election manifesto with a call for a "peaceful political revolution" to end austerity and tackle climate change. The Greens are fielding a record number of candidates - 571 - on 7 May.

Image caption Prime Minister David Cameron unveiled the Conservative Party manifesto in Swindon, saying he wanted "to finish the job" of rebuilding Britain on behalf of "working people".
Image caption Mr Cameron's wife Samantha and the Chancellor George Osborne were in the front row for the speech.
Image caption SNP candidate for Perthshire South and Ochil, Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh (left) was getting in touch with nature during a visit to Westhill Farm while canvassing in Auchterarder, Scotland. Ahmed-Sheikh was once a member of the Scottish Conservative Party, but is now the SNP's national women's officer.
Image caption Meanwhile SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon was also hands on, this time at the New Lanark World Heritage Site.
Image caption The day after the Labour manifesto launch, party leader Ed Miliband was at an engineering firm in Loughborough, Leicestershire.
Image caption Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg spoke to party workers at the office of the parliamentary candidate for Southwark and Old Bermondsey, Simon Hughes (right).
Image caption Miriam Gonzalez Durantez (centre), wife of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg with the party's parliamentary candidate for Hazel Grove, Lisa Smart (left in blue), during an election campaign event at the Marple Girl Guide Hut.
Image caption Nick Long, a parliamentary candidate for the People Before Profit party has been canvassing in Lewisham East.
Image caption UKIP Bradford East constituency candidate Owais Rajput was on the streets of Bradford today, going from door to door to raise support for his party.