It’s been a long day on the campaign trails, featuring everything from whisky tasting and boiler suits to campaign buses and toasted marshmallows – and there have been plenty of photo ops along the way.
Here’s a recap:
- Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke at the Manchester Apollo, where he reiterated his party's pledge to scrap tuition fees
- Earlier, Labour's shadow chancellor John McDonnell set out his party's plan for "investment on a scale never seen before in this country" and Chancellor Sajid Javid laid out Conservative plans to invest in education, technology, and infrastructure. Read the full story here.
- The prime minister urged voters to use next month's general election to call a halt to Nicola Sturgeon's plans for a second independence referendum.
- Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson pushed her party's green agenda on a visit to the West Country.
- Ex-Labour MP Ian Austin said voters should back Boris Johnson and ex-Labour MP John Woodcock said he will vote Conservative. Read about that here.
- Pro-Remain Lib Dems, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party made an electoral pact not to fight each other in 60 seats. Read more about their agreement here.
- A former BBC radio presenter who said women should "keep their knickers on" while debating a rape case is in the running to become a Conservative MP. Mr Johnson said Nick Conrad had apologised "long ago" but stressed the comments were "completely unacceptable". Read about it in full here.
That's all from us tonight, join us again tomorrow morning.