That's all for today's live coverage of the general election campaign, ahead of the country going to the polls on 12 December.
Today's top news lines included:
- The PM took questions from the public on everything from floods to family. Mr Johnson also denied claims Brexit Party election candidates were offered peerages to persuade them not to stand against Conservative candidates
- Labour promised to give every home and business in the UK free full-fibre broadband by 2030, if it won the election
- The Liberal Democrats pledged a £100bn climate fund over the next five years, if the party won
- The Green Party pledged to introduce a universal basic income by 2025, which would see every adult receiving a minimum of £89 per week
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon wasn't campaigning today - but she was kept busy at a meeting of the British-Irish council in Dublin
- A man who threatened Change UK leader Anna Soubry, referencing the murdered MP Jo Cox, was jailed for a year
- And US President Donald Trump confirmed he will travel to London 10 days before the UK goes to the polls
We'll be back tomorrow - have a great evening.