It's been another long day on the campaign trail, with party leaders travelling all over the UK. Here are the key points from Friday:
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said she would be willing to work with Jeremy Corbyn to stop the Conservatives gaining power in the event of a hung Parliament, as she launched her campaign
- In other cross-party pact news, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said he will try "for a few more days" to agree an electoral deal with the Conservatives, but insists Boris Johnson would have to abandon his deal with the EU
- Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson said her party was the only one opposing both Brexit and Scottish independence, as she vowed not to offer another independence referendum
- Labour pledged to increase maternity leave and ensure large companies offer support to staff going through the menopause
- Meanwhile, the Conservatives promised to make it easier for doctors and nurses from overseas to work in the UK
- The BBC was accused by the Liberal Democrats of an "establishment stitch-up" after the corporation announced plans to host a head-to-head debate with Mr Corbyn and Boris Johnson - alongside a debate between senior figures from seven of the UK's political parties
- Mr Johnson's claim that there would "not be tariffs or checks on goods coming from GB to NI that are not going on to Ireland" came under scrutiny.