It’s almost time for us to say goodnight, but not before a quick recap of the main political stories on this Bank Holiday Sunday. It’s been a busy day, as expected with just four days to go before polling day. Here's what's been happening:
- David Cameron has said he will not lead a government that fails to deliver a referendum on the UK's EU membership
- Labour leader Ed Miliband pledged to cut tuition fees to £6,000 a year and said he would not stand for re-election if he failed to do so
- Labour unveiled an 8ft-high stone with its manifesto pledges carved into it, which sparked social media fun
- Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said his party would insist on a public sector pay rise as a condition of any coalition deal
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage warned that only UKIP could ensure there was a "fair and free" EU referendum and said pollsters and commentators were talking his party down
- Scotland's party leaders clashed over public spending cuts in the next UK parliament during the final set-piece TV debate before voters head to the polls
- In Wales the Conservatives accuse Labour and Plaid Cymru of being involved in an "unedifying squabble" over who to support if there is a hung parliament
- Newcastle hopes to be hot on the heels of Sunderland in being among the first to declare its results on election night
- A plaque was unveiled to mark the spot of John Prescott's 2001 punch.
Thanks for joining us – and hope to see you again tomorrow. Night all.