Here is a run-through some of the main political stories of the day:
Nick Clegg said millions of public sector workers would be spared pay cuts under Liberal Democrat plans
Former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond said his comment that he would be writing Labour's Budget if it won power in May was meant to be "light-hearted"
In a BBC interview UKIP leader Nigel Farage admitted the tone he has used on issues including immigration and HIV was designed to "get noticed"
Gordon Brown has accused David Cameron of stirring up English nationalism to try to win the election
David Cameron says he will create 600,000 extra free childcare places if he is returned to power next month
A Labour government would invest £150m a year in cancer diagnostic equipment in England, Ed Miliband has said
NHS founder Aneurin Bevan would be " turning in his grave " if he saw the way Welsh ministers run the service, the UK government's Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said
And finally, James Lovelock, a leading environmentalist, has criticised the lack of attention given to climate change during the general election campaign.
That's it for tonight folks see you at 06:00 BST tomorrow for more news, reaction and analysis.