We're going to wrap up our live coverage here for the night. Thank you for joining us.
Looking ahead to Friday, Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon and Jo Swinson will be taking part in a two-hour Question Time Leaders’ Special.
As we say goodnight, here's a run-down of all the big stories that happened on Thursday:
- Labour launched its "radical" election manifesto, promising to "transform" the UK and to renationalise rail, mail, water and energy. Our experts have gone into detail about the 12 most important announcements
- Boris Johnson gave his reaction to Labour's manifesto, saying that "none of this has any economic credibility"
- Labour and the Tories also set out rival plans to tackle England's housing shortage
- Figures were released showing how much each party has received in donations during the first week of the official campaign - and revealed quite a discrepancy between Labour and the Tories
- In Scotland, former First Minister Alex Salmond appeared in court accused of sexual assaults on 10 women, which he denies