And so the last day before the last week of campaigning comes to an end and still the polls show no sign of either Labour or Conservatives pulling away. Tomorrow, the party leaders face another round of questioning on BBC TV. Today they were out and about campaigning hard:
- David Cameron promised to introduce a law guaranteeing no rise in income tax rates, VAT or national insurance if the Tories win the election
- Labour said it was a "last-minute" gimmick and suggested the Tories had a secret plan to cut tax credits
- The Liberal Democrats said voters would "simply not believe" the pledge unless the Tories spelled out where they would cut public spending
- Russell Brand released his interview with Ed Miliband . The Labour leader told the comedian he was wrong to say that voting was pointless
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage warned of an influx of Islamic extremists if Europe's doors were opened to large numbers of people fleeing conflict zones
- Nick Clegg laid down another condition for considering a coalition - he wants a £12,500 personal tax free allowance
- And the SNP could win all 59 Scottish constituencies, according to a new poll. Leader Nicola Sturgeon said she wanted Scotland's voice at Westminster to be "as loud and effective and as powerful as possible"