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As campaigning cranked up a gear ahead of the official five-week election period starting just after midnight on Wednesday:
- The Lib Dems launched their campaign, claiming that stopping Brexit would deliver a £50bn "Remain bonus" for spending on public services
- Jeremy Corbyn made a speech accusing the PM of trying to "hijack Brexit to sell out our NHS" and pledging to "get Brexit sorted" in six months
- Boris Johnson claimed Labour's position was "to go back to square one", and urged the Labour leader to "come clean" on his Brexit proposals
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon told voters that a vote for her party was "a vote to escape from Brexit"