That's where we leave the live page for tonight.
Thanks for joining us as we covered the Question Time special, featuring Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon, Jo Swinson and Boris Johnson answering question time from the audience.
What were the key points made by the various leaders?
- The Labour leader was up first to take questions. He saidhe would "remain neutral"in the Brexit referendum planned by Labour and not campaign for Leave or Remain.
- The SNP leader and Scottish first minister said she was prepared to make a deal with Labour if Jeremy Corbyn committed to end austerity and agreed to hold another Scottish independence referendum.
- The Liberal Democrat leader was grilled on austerity and her record in government while in coalition with the Conservatives between 2010 and 2015.
- The prime minister was challenged on comments he made in articles as a journalist - the now infamous "letter boxes" article he wrote was highlighted by presenter Fiona Bruce. Mr Johnson defended his "right to speak out". He was also pushed on issues of trust.
More from us on the general election campaign over the weekend. Join us then.