That's the end of today's live coverage of the general election campaign.
Developments from day 27 of the campaign included:
- Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn attended a vigil for the victims of Friday's London Bridge attack
- Survivors from other incidents have demanded more support from the next government in the wake of Friday's fatal stabbing
- Mr Johnson later visited Southampton, where he defended his call to bring in longer sentences and an end to automatic release for some offenders. He said some people like the London Bridge knifeman Usman Khan "can't be rehabilitated"
- The SNP's leader Nicola Sturgeon spent some time on the BBC Breakfast sofa this morning before answering listeners' questions on Radio 5 Live - read all about that here
- The Brexit Party's Nigel Farage called on people to vote tactically to back Brexit
- Sinn Fein and UKIP launched their manifestos
- And, in the last few minutes, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will not strike a trade deal with the US if it insists the NHS is included in post-Brexit talks
We'll be back in the morning - join us then.